Managing Director & Partner
Julien Bert is a Managing Director & Partner at Boston Consulting Group. He is a core member of the Industrial Goods practice and a leader in BCG's work in the automotive and mobility industries.
He specializes in working with automotive OEMs, suppliers, and mobility service providers on a broad range of strategy, operations, organizational design, and sales and marketing topics.
As a global expert in mobility services such as car-sharing and ride-hailing, Julien co-leads BCG’s Center for Mobility Innovation, a team of urban mobility experts and digital business-builders. This team advises mobility and automotive companies, public transportation operators, and cities around the globe on how to create innovative and state-of-the-art mobility solutions.
As electric vehicles, on-demand mobility, and other changes rewrite the rules for success, industry players need to capitalize on market segments that will grow.
The transition poses hurdles for automotive dealerships and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Preparing now is crucial for success.
While a majority of electric vehicle owners can charge at home and work, a robust public charging infrastructure is key to widespread EV adoption.
Electrification of commercial road transport is still nascent, but switching to the fast lane. We explore what this electric transformation might look like in the future, using Australia as an example.
Urban mobility is the source of multiple pain points. We believe that ride-hailing fleets made up of autonomous, electric vehicles are the best solution.
The public charging infrastructure is beginning to take shape, and with it a wide range of market opportunities—but only for those companies that act now.
Here’s what we learned from a survey of urban residents worldwide about their mobility choices during lockdown—and how their attitudes are likely to affect usage over the near and medium terms.