Managing Director & Senior Partner
Antoine Gourévitch is a member of BCG X, Boston Consulting Group’s tech build and design unit, specifically leading global efforts in building new products, services, and businesses with deep tech. He also leads the firm’s work in data and digital platforms, as well as its research into emerging technologies.
Since joining BCG in 1995, Antoine has worked extensively with companies in the automotive and financial services industries on digital and information technology. Antoine has deep experience in strategy and innovation, having helped a number of automotive manufacturers and suppliers redefine their distribution and sales plans, improve commercial competitiveness, and launch digital strategies.
Antoine has taught at École Centrale Paris since 1998, focusing primarily on change management. Before joining BCG, Antoine worked at Bossard as a consultant in the strategy and marketing department.
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