Managing Director & Partner, BCG Henderson Institute Fellow
Joël Hazan is a core member of the Consumer and Marketing, Sales & Pricing practices at Boston Consulting Group, and a BCG Henderson Institute fellow exploring the future of mobility.
Since joining BCG in 2005, Joël has advised leading global consumer products, luxury, and transportation and mobility players. He launched and piloted Mobility Nation, a unique initiative that brought together public and private players, startups, and research institutes in the Paris area, to define a vision for Mobility for 2030. He also co-founded the European Startup Prize for Mobility with Karima Delli, Chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Transport and Tourism.
Joël is the global lead for BCG’s pricing work. He has conducted numerous pricing and revenue management programs in France and internationally across sectors, with a strong focus on consumer goods and retail. He has collaborated with several leading consumer products companies to develop net revenue management capabilities on a European and global scale.
Joël previously led BCG’s work in railways around the world. On this topic, he has deep experience in strategy, network optimization, marketing, and operations.
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