Working in Shanghai

BCG’s Shanghai office is part of the BCG Greater China System, which also includes Beijing, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Digital Ventures Shanghai.

Today the Greater China System has nearly 1,000 employees, and around 700 professional consultants with extensive experiences across different sectors and industries, providing a truly globalized network and full scope of consulting services to our clients.

As the first leading consulting firm licensed to be present in China, BCG has been committed to Greater China for more than 30 years and serves both Chinese and global clients.

Work and Culture

History and the Area

The Shanghai office was founded in 1993 and serves as the hub for all of BCG's consulting activities in China. BCG was the first multinational consulting firm authorized to conduct business in Mainland China through a joint venture in 1993.

The office is located in the Lujiazui business area, Pudong District, close to Huangpu River and the famous Oriental Pearl.

Who We Work With

The clientele of the Shanghai office is diverse and includes local firms, and multinational companies. Project work covers a broad range of industry areas that include financial services, consumer goods, pharmaceuticals, health care, industrial goods, technology, telecommunications, and e-commerce.


All five Greater China offices are very active in BCG's international and mobility programs. We have welcomed consultants from Japan, Australia, Italy, the US, Germany, France, and elsewhere, and we have sent members of our team to a number of cities, including Paris, New York, Philadelphia, Frankfurt, London, Tokyo, and Singapore.

The best part of working at BCG is that there are always role models for you to learn from. This keeps pushing me to think about what kind of person I'd like to become in five or ten years’ time.

David Luo

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