The management consultancy TTE Strategy, based in Hamburg, Munich and Zug (Switzerland), has hired five new consultants. The team, which was named the best medium-sized strategy consultancy by WirtschaftsWoche in 2020, continues to focus on diversity in the process. The new consultants have varied personal, professional and cultural backgrounds.
‘It is important to us that we are a team with a variety of different perspectives,’ says Lars Linnekogel, founder and managing director of TTE Strategy. ‘Because our clients are international, cultural diversity is especially important to us, as is a balance between consulting professionals and colleagues who have already held positions of responsibility in the sectors and industries themselves. We plan further growth for TTE Strategy throughout the year.’
Dr Philipp Grimm has moved from the private equity company Aurelius to TTE Strategy. He takes on the position of a project leader. Prior to that, he was employed at the restructuring consultancy Dr. Wieselhuber & Partner as a consultant on strategic, organisational and implementation projects. The German-Swiss national has extensive experience, particularly in the consumer and industrial goods, retail and services sectors. He studied in Mannheim, Germany, and Seoul, South Korea, and subsequently obtained his doctorate in business administration.
Xin Yu was born in Jiujiang, China, and has joined TTE Strategy as a project leader. He previously worked as a strategy and organisational development consultant for Volkswagen and UNITY. He studied business administration in Saarbrücken and Bayreuth in Germany. His project experience includes digitalisation programs, the development of new business models, strategic portfolio management and the development of IT strategies.
Andreas Züger is the third project leader to leave his role as Head of the Project Management Office (PMO) at retail distribution company Distrelec in Manchester, UK, to join TTE Strategy. The Swiss national studied engineering and economics at ETH Zurich in his home country and the University of Louisville, Kentucky (USA), and has worked on strategy development in China, Taiwan and the United Kingdom, among other locations. As a former Swiss officer, he was responsible for 230 soldiers.
Juliane Rosemann is joining the TTE Strategy team as a consultant having completed her degree in economics with a focus on international management in the Netherlands and Southeast Asia. During her studies, she developed expertise in consulting, communication and HR, including during a period at the New Zealand-German Business Association.
Christian Volp is an industrial engineer and specialist in project and sustainability management. He studied international industrial engineering in Lübeck, Germany, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin (USA), as well as global sustainability science in Lüneburg, Germany, and Phoenix, Arizona (USA). He has also joined TTE Strategy as a consultant, coming from a management consultancy that primarily specializes in sustainability.
‘We are very pleased to welcome these different minds, with their various experiences and perspectives, to our team,’ says Nik Wildberger, managing director and head of recruitment at TTE Strategy. ‘As people, they fit perfectly into our diverse team – and will enrich the consultancy we offer our clients with their very different professional profiles.’
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