BOSTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Innosight, a leading strategy and innovation consulting firm with offices in Boston and Singapore, announced today that it has opened a European office in Lausanne, Switzerland. The new office will serve Innosight’s growing roster of clients based in Europe as well as multinationals with European operations.
“The new European office represents an exciting new phase of Innosight’s expansion and builds on the momentum we’ve seen in 2013. We’re excited to establish a permanent home in a dynamic region and to develop deeper relationships with existing and prospective clients there.”
The office will be led by senior partner Bernard Kümmerli, who joined the firm in 2012.
Scott D. Anthony, managing partner of Innosight, said: “The new European office represents an exciting new phase of Innosight’s expansion and builds on the momentum we’ve seen in 2013. We’re excited to establish a permanent home in a dynamic region and to develop deeper relationships with existing and prospective clients there.”
Bernard Kümmerli said: “While the European economies remain fragile, there’s a growing understanding of the need for disruptive innovation and customer-centric growth strategies in a difficult market. Innosight’s methodologies, deep expertise in disruptive innovation and transformation, and record of achieving impact for our clients positions us to be the partner of choice for global enterprises that understand the need to develop creative innovation and growth strategies with impact.”
Innosight has worked with dozens of leading global companies, including Medtronic, Johnson & Johnson, Boeing, Barclays, Nestlé, Procter & Gamble, Telefonica, Siemens, Coca-Cola, Syngenta, Microsoft, IKEA, and Dow Corning, among others.
Innosight’s integrated offering of “future back” strategy development, innovation capabilities, and new venture acceleration facilitates the rapid discovery of high-potential growth markets and the creation of breakthrough new businesses and business models. Innosight was cofounded by Harvard Business School Professor Clayton Christensen, the pioneer of the concept of disruptive innovation and author of dozens of books on innovation and growth.
In 2012 and 2013, Switzerland was recognized as the most innovative country in the world by the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organization.
Innosight is a strategy and innovation consulting firm. It partners with global enterprises to drive new growth, build innovation capabilities and leadership, and launch disruptive new businesses, products, and services through business model innovation. Innosight is based in Lexington, MA, with offices in Singapore and Lausanne, Switzerland.