Marcus Gloger is a S& partner based in the Munich office and looks back on more than 30 years professional experience in industry and strategy consulting. Marcus Gloger is leading in EMEA for PwC as a whole the Technology Sector comprising software, electronics and semiconductor and communication technology. PwC is providing globally professional services for the majority of leading firms in this sector.
Marcus is also leading the ADAS/ AD team in PwC. The team covers all aspects of ADAS/ AD such as strategies, business case and deals, development recovery projects, and even AI security issues and legal aspects by a wide range of experts globally.
He is know serving big corporates and innovative midsize companies for 15 years as a strategy consultant @Strategy& and predecessor organisations, focusing specifically on strategy development and execution and innovation excellence. Before he was 15 years in consumer and industrial electronics industry leading R+D networks, company strategy and business development. He was active 8 years also in board functions. At the beginning of his career after finalising his studies at TUM he was leading development teams in software, electronics and mechanical engineering comprising individual product designs and comprehensive system solutions of countrywide systems including architecture and communication backbone.
15 years in management functions in industry (head of R+D, corporate development, product management)
15 years of experience in consulting
Focus on technology, semiconductor and automotive companies
As head of R+D many innovations initiated in high-tech applications, awarded by federal innovation prices and/or later adopted as international standards
Organic and inorganic growth strategies, product/market strategies, DD, post-merger integration
R+D and IT excellence programs comprising e.g. efficiency programs, complexity reduction, global footprint
Global organizational development and optimization, performance improvement programs
Diploma degree in electrical engineering and information technology, University of Munich, special courses in economics Univ. of Hagen