Managing Director & Partner
Marc Schmidt is a core member of the Energy, Industrial Goods, Operations, and People & Organization practices at Boston Consulting Group. He works primarily with clients across Southeast Asia. Since joining BCG in 2006, Marc has focused on advising clients in the energy upstream, natural resources, and infrastructure sectors. He has acquired deep expertise in commercial and operational excellence, large-capital-project management, and strategy.
Marc is deeply passionate about enabling his clients—and building stronger organizations and individual relationships with them.
Before joining BCG, Marc was a project manager with Bayer Material Science in Germany.
The green revolution is taking off, but the transition must be managed thoughtfully to be as fair and inclusive as possible. We have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get it right.
This report showcases how we will be able to see more contributions towards the nation’s sustainable and inclusive economic growth by supporting equal digital access and development in Indonesia.
BCG & Sampingan collaborated on this report that provides insights on Indonesian consumers’ awareness and behavior, particularly in millennials and Gen Z, towards climate issues. We hope this report can spread more awareness around the climate crisis and inform society on what we can do together to address this collective problem.
Net-zero by 2050 requires a fundamental transformation of the global economy and a new investment paradigm, with US$100 trillion in capital required—the largest amount invested in human history.
The industry showed impressive resilience in bouncing back from the pandemic-related challenges of early 2020—and optimism about its longer-term prospects is growing.
Southeast Asia has a unique opportunity to shape a green recovery that creates competitive advantage in a post-pandemic future. The region is facing a pivotal moment, and now is the time to examine how SEA can create competitive advantage by acting on sustainability and climate change proactively.
The circular economy rethinks the traditional take-make-dispose economic model and envisions a new approach that is regenerative by design.