Senior Partner, Frost & Sullivan
A founding member of Frost & Sullivan’s global Growth Consulting enterprise, he has over 30 years of experience, both in the field of management consulting and as a manager in the non-profit sector.
He obtained a Bachelor in Management of Organizations at Stanford University.
He began his career as a management consultant with Marakon Associates in San Francisco, then he has worked for Frost & Sullivan for over 16 years, in both the U.S. and in Europe, having overseen the global Growth Consulting enterprise in its infancy, as well as managing the most profitable business unit in the 54-year history of the firm.
He currently serves as a Partner on the Partner Leadership Team overseeing the European practice as a whole, as well as managing the Healthcare practice in Europe, Israel and Africa.
He has managed a wide variety of consulting engagements with Frost & Sullivan, including acquisition analyses and emerging market analyses for GE Healthcare, long-term strategic planning projects for a division of Merck, quarterly product tracking to the brand level over more than 11 years for Bayer, market size and epidemiology analysis for GSK, multiple product analyses for Philips Medical, as well as a host of other projects for clients such as 3M, Medtronic, J&J, Siemens Medical Systems, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Roche Diagnostics, Hitachi, and many others.
He has executed coaching workshops focused on Mega Trends-driven innovation over the past five years with Daiichi Sankyo, Roche Diagnostics, Merck Millipore, Honeywell, Endress + Hauser, Shell, GE Healthcare, and Hitachi.