n an industry where the value chain and business models have been left largely unchanged over the last decades, the emergence of the SW-defined vehicle is shaking things up. With new players entering the market and staking their claim, incumbent automotive companies are likely to stay key players but need to adapt to stay relevant.
Dr. Matthias Kempf (1974) was one of the founding partners of Berylls Strategy Advisors in August 2011. He began his career with Mercer Management Consulting in Munich, Germany, in 2000. After earning his doctorate degree and further consulting work at Oliver Wyman (formerly Mercer Management Consulting), he joined the management of Hilti Germany in 2008. At Berylls, his area of expertise is new mobility services and traffic concepts. In addition, he is an expert in developing and implementing new digital business models, and in the digitalization of sales and after sales.
Industrial engineering and management studies at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany, doctorate degree at Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, Germany.
Malte Broxtermann (1986) joined the Berylls team in 2014. After extensive experience as emergency medical technician, he has been working in consulting since 2012. He helps customer to leverage digital strategies & products across the entire automotive value chain. He is an expert in deploying machine learning-powered applications. As Partner at Berylls’ own unit for digital solutions, Berylls Digital Ventures, he focuses on scaling start-ups as part of our venturing practice.
Studied economics and international business at Maastricht University (Netherlands) and Queen’s University (Canada).
Sebastian Böswald (1991) joined Berylls in April 2021. He is an Associate Partner and an expert in both transformation and operations. Over the last decade, he has focused his work on strategy and organizational design, as well as on two megatrends shaping the automotive industry: software-defined vehicles and CASE (connected, autonomous, shared, and electrified mobility). In these fields, he has advised our global OEM clients as well as Tier-1 suppliers and tech companies.
Prior to joining Berylls, he worked for PwC Strategy& and started his career at BMW as a project manager for product strategy and digital charging services.
He received a Bachelor of Science in Automotive Computer Science at the Technical University of Ingolstadt as well as a Master of Science in Management from the Technical University of Munich.