Kearney promotes three to partner in Paris office

24 September 2023 2 min. read
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Global management consulting firm Kearney has appointed three new partners in France: Guillaume Bochu, Filip Bourée, and Antoine Pettenati-Auzière.

All three have been promoted from within the company’s internal ranks, and all three operate out of Kearney’s Paris office. The US-headquartered firm now has just over 20 partners in France according to an overview on its own website.

After serving Kearney for six years between 2011 and 2017, Guillaume Bochu re-joined the global strategy consulting firm late 2021 as a member of its Retail & Consumer Goods practice. He specialises in top-line growth, sales & marketing effectiveness and digital commerce.

Guillaume Bochu, Filip Bourée, and Antoine Pettenati-Auzière - Kearney

Filip Bourée has been with Kearney since 2021, having joined the firm from Strategy&, where he previously spent over a decade. Also a member of the Retail & Consumer Goods practice, he specialises in top-line growth, supply chain & logistics, operations, and omnichannel services.

Following a career as an engineer with Schlumberger, Antoine Pettenati-Auzière spent three years with Accenture prior to crossing to Kearney roughly five years ago. He is a member of the Energy & Process Industries practice, and has extensive experience with operations transformation and process excellence.

The managing partner of Kearney in France, Delphine Bourrilly, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Guillaume, Filip and Antoine to the Kearney partnership. Their career milestone is a recognition of their expertise, passion to deliver excellence to our clients, and leadership in supporting the growth of our people. It also demonstrates our ability to support talent from within to support the continued growth of our firm.”

In related news, Kearney’s Dutch practice last week welcomed Eef-Jan den Hartog and Elisabeth Philipse to its partnership, and in Germany five new partners were added.