Germany-based Porsche Consulting has appointed a former BCG Partner as the CEO of its North American operations. This appointment follows a good year for the boutique strategy and ops consultancy, a subsidiary of the world-famous sports car manufacturer. What does this mean for Porsche Consulting? Let’s find out.
Who is the New Porsche Consulting CEO?
The new CEO of Porsche Consulting is Jared Feiger. Feiger comes out of a 7-year stint with the executive-creating factory that is BCG. Prior to that, his background is as diverse as it comes for anyone in consulting. Feiger started out as an independent consultant before transitioning to law. After his time in the world of law, he transitioned once again, this time to strategy consulting with Accenture. After Accenture came BCG, and the rest is history.
Feiger’s breadth and diversity of experience has set him up to crush it in his new role with Porsche Consulting. He has a strong track record of leading growth strategy and developing practical solutions to complex business problems. His biggest projects included the turnaround of an automotive firm and post-merger integration for a large industrial firm.
Feiger’s appointment comes at a time when Porsche Consulting is still a fairly young firm in the U.S. The consultancy expanded to the states in 2011, but is rapidly expanding and plans to add a 3rd office. Expect Porsche Consulting’s growth in the U.S. to continue under Feiger’s strategic guidance.
Proof of Impressive MBB Exit Opportunities
Feiger’s rise to his new role is another testament to the excellent exit opportunities for MBB consultants. As CEO of Porsche Consulting, Fieger joins the ranks of other notable ex-BCG consultants like Bill Bain, founder of Bain & Co., and Indra Nooyi, former CEO of Pepsi.
If you are interested in strategy consulting at a firm with strong ties to the automotive industry and a planned US expansion, now may be the time to apply to Porsche Consulting. Before submitting an application, make sure your resume highlights your transferable skills that firms like Porsche Consulting seek in their consultants.
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