Managing Director & Senior Partner, EMESA Regional Lead, Fashion & Luxury Industry
Filippo Bianchi joined The Boston Consulting Group in 2004. He is an active member of the Consumer practice area and serves as the Regional Lead for the Fashion & Luxury division for Central Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. He has also led this division locally in Italy, Greece, and Turkey since he joined the firm.
Filippo is experienced working in the fashion and luxury sector’s entire value chain, including branding and positioning, supply chain, pricing and markdown, organization and operative model, format and operations retail, ecommerce, and digital. He has also worked with clients on many mergers and acquisitions.
Before joining the firm, Filippo worked as an analyst at Accenture.
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