BCG in Boston is where it all began. Opened in 1963 by BCG’s founder, Bruce Henderson, the Boston office has been at the epicenter of some of BCG's most influential ideas. The Boston office was the originator of such concepts as the experience curve, the portfolio concept, time-based competition, and segment-of-one marketing.
Today, BCG in Boston is a team of 250 people. It is a place of diversity, open communication, and intellectual curiosity. Learning from peers through an exchange of ideas in an open environment is an integral aspect of the Boston office and BCG. Individual growth is highly valued and nurtured. We remain at the forefront of innovative thinking in the fields of health care, financial services, as well as industrial goods, retail and high tech. But we focus on achieving real impact for our clients. And while travel is a natural part of a consultant’s career, over the past five years or so we’ve been able to create a very strong local client presence.
We remain committed to the tradition of social impact and community involvement. The Boston office leads the firm’s work with the Gates Foundation. Our community service team is deeply ingrained in several local schools, youth programs, and shelters.
The Boston office is a reflection of the city itself, steeped in the merits of history while constantly changing and progressing to meet new challenges. We welcome you to learn more about BCG and the Boston office on this site.
Partner and Managing Director of the Boston office