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Chryssos Is an Imaginative Ally

Partner & Managing Director, Athens

At BCG, Allies bring a sense of collaboration and excitement to their teams. They create an atmosphere of trust and support in which people can do their best work. Chryssos connects the dots to see the bigger picture.

The best part of working at BCG is seeing your work make a tangible contribution to organizations that shape the world we live in.


In Chryssos’s Words

I joined BCG in 2011 after working as a project management consultant in the UK for a number of years. I am a mechanical engineer with a PhD in fluid mechanics, and I worked in aerospace with Airbus in the UK for a number of years after my studies.

This diverse background and the experiences I accumulated working with a number of different blue-chip companies in aerospace, IT, telecommunications, and financial services before joining BCG have been invaluable to me. They have allowed me to better understand the clients’ perspective, irrespective of the context and industry, by drawing parallels to similar situations. Learning never ends at BCG. I am now focused on work with financial institutions and organizational and people topics and look forward to continuously enriching that back-catalog of experiences and insights.

About Chryssos

Chryssos holds a PhD in fluid mechanics and a master’s in mechanical engineering from Imperial College, London, and is an accredited project management professional (PMP).


Q: How has BCG helped you grow and succeed?

A: BCG brings you in contact with so many different people, cultures, industries, and topics that you cannot help but learn continuously—even about yourself. This is what makes the BCG experience so valuable.

Q: If you could compare what you do with any other job, what would you say?

A: There are few jobs out there that allow you to have such an immediate impact on the economy and society in such a short space of time.

Q: What does being a mentor mean to you?

A: Helping others succeed by learning from your mistakes!

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