BCG promotes partners in Austria, Czech Republic and Poland

02 December 2019 2 min. read

Boston Consulting Group has per the 1st of January 2020 appointed three new partners in Central Europe – in Austria, the Czech Republic and Poland. 

Vienna-based Alenka Triplat has been with Boston Consulting Group (BCG) since the summer of 2018, when she joined the global management consulting firm from rival A.T. Kearney, which she served for 15 years. The 40-year-old specialises in operations with a focus on purchasing, working with clients in mainly the high-tech, industrial goods and manufacturing sectors. 

Commenting on the focus of her work at BCG, Triplat said, “Digitalisation, emerging technologies and trade conflicts are creating new purchasing challenges. As a result, procurement has to find tailor-made answers, while collaborating deeper with other areas of the business including research & development, production and marketing.”Alenka Triplat, Jamie Brindley and Lukasz Rey - BCGPrague-based Jamie Brindley has been working in BCG’s Czech office since 2009, following graduation. He is a partner in the Consumer practice, with a focus on the grocery and food & beverage segment, specialising in strategy, category management and format development. 

“The retail landscape is facing major transformation. I want to help our retail clients, both in Europe and in emerging markets, with realising their growth ambitions,” remarked the 32-year-old Brindley.

Fellow newly appointed partner Lukasz Rey (39) has been working with Boston Consulting Group in Warsaw since 2010. The Polish consultant previously spent nearly six years with A.T. Kearney, latterly in the role of Senior Business Analyst. During his time at BCG, he has contributed to more than 40 projects in Poland and the region, as well as in the United States and the Middle East.

Rey is a partner in the Financial Services practice, with a focus on banking, specialised in growth strategies and digital innovation. Alongside his client-facing role, he also leads BCG’s Banking Digital Innovation Hub for the CEE region and oversees recruitment for BCG Gamma in Poland, which launched in the summer of last year. 

Last month, BCG acquired AllofUs, a digital design consultancy with around 40 employees in the UK (London) and the US (San Francisco).