Managing Director & Partner
Jonathan Van Wyck is a core member of the Industrial Goods practice area at Boston Consulting Group focusing on the automotive and agribusiness sectors. He is also a core member of the Operations practice area with specific emphasis on digital operations, strategy, and organization topics. Jon started his BCG career in Chicago before transferring to Minneapolis in 2018. He also spent one year in Vienna as part of the Ambassador Program, and has significant experience working in South Africa.
Prior to joining BCG, Jon worked in litigation consulting with Navigant Consulting.
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