For the past 15 years, Daniel has been advising clients in the industrial equipment and machinery space: not only large corporates, but also mid-size family businesses, and private capital clients. His focus is on strategy development and high-stake transformation programs such as profit and performance improvement or large-scale re-organizations. He also supports his clients in defining climate and sustainability, and green tech growth strategies.
There are manifold hot topics for companies in the industrial sector: from orchestrating a decarbonization journey, managing critical supply chain risks in the new world order, grasping the potential of digitalization up to defining a future-proof workforce strategy.
When asked how his work has made a positive impact, Daniel notes that besides the pure strategy concept, it is often the “soft” side of consulting that makes the difference. For instance, when a company’s leadership and employees regain trust in their business and find a new purpose in what they do based on the joint project work.
Besides consulting, I am passionate about new, disruptive business ideas that truly solve a problem. I could imagine becoming an early-stage investor and providing my experience to start-ups, for instance.
Daniel studied business in Mannheim, Karlsruhe, and Dartmouth. Based in Munich, he enjoys triathlon, music, and all kinds of vehicles, but family is always his top priority.