Kearney promotes seven to partner across its DACH offices

30 August 2021 2 min. read

Global strategic operations consulting firm Kearney has appointed seven new partners across its DACH offices.

With over 3,500 consultants and staff, privately-held Kearney (owned by its partners) is one of the largest strategic consulting firms in the world. In the DACH region, Kearney (formerly A.T. Kearney) operates with offices in Berlin, Düsseldorf and Munich (Germany), Vienna (Austria) and Zurich (Switzerland).

The region has now seen its partnership strengthened with the following members:

Kearney promotes seven to partner across its DACH offices

Andreas Mayer – Zurich
Mayer has been with Kearney since 2012. He specialises in strategic operations, procurement and supply chain services. 

Christian Feldmann – Munich
Feldmann joined Kearney in the summer of 2020 and previously served PwC and Deloitte, and a boutique German consultancy. He is a partner in the Automotive practice, and has extensive experience in M&A and restructuring. 

Christine Sachseneder – Munich
Sachseneder has been with Kearney since 2012 and is a partner in the Automotive practice. She advises clients on topics including engineering (efficiency, cost reduction, launch management), technical compliance, quality management and transformation. 

Felix Kreichgauer – Stuttgart
Kreichgauer has been with Kearney since May 2018, having previously served Atos, Siemens and Accenture. He is a partner in the Automotive practice, responsible for the digital and strategic IT offerings. 

Gavin Meschnig – Hamburg
Meschnig has been with the consulting firm since 2014. He is a partner in the Consumer Goods practice. 

Malgorzata Zegar – Munich
Zegar has been with the summer of 2018, now a partner in the Industrials and Tech & Software practices. She previously served Simon-Kucher & Partners and Procter & Gamble.

Miroslav Lazic – Munich
Lazic has been with the start of 2013. She focused on digital transformation, specialising in digital strategy, digital business models, technology, and the internet of things.

Meanwhile, Moritz Tybus has been promoted from partner to partner and managing director. He focuses on clients in the communications, media and technology industries and has led engagements in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Americas and Asia. 

Commenting on the promotions, Martin Eisenhut, Managing Director of Kearney in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, said: “We are delighted to announce their well-deserved promotions, at a time when Kearney is growing.”