The QVARTZ Annual 2017 brings you stories from inspirational companies, intriguing organisations, new offices and cool people around the world.
This weekend, our ingenious community of Interns and Junior Consultants met up in Stockholm.
"We have the same revenue, but we are flying an additional three million people; more than half the population of Denmark. That shows how aggressive the competition in the industry is".
QVARTZ Manager Are Kaspersen is a true globetrotter with a spike within renewable energy. His career has brought him from American consultancies to international energy corporations, and from Angola to Kazakhstan, Singapore and many other countries. Watch the video and learn why he chose to join QVARTZ.
On April 1, Stephanie Denning joins our New York office as a manager and we could not be more excited to welcome her on board.
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“The industry is still in its baby shoes in regard to getting digital and getting online".
Engaging in meaningful conversations with the bright students at the Columbia Business School Spring Career Fair.
"We do not need more zero-sum and winner-takes-all situations. On the contrary, we need win-win situations for the planet, its companies and its people."
The innovative consultancy Vertical Strategy specialises in creating new business models, incubation and customer experiences. Their portfolio counts cutting edge projects such as the Future Mobility Concept at Airbus, revolving around the development of flying cars, and the MobileLife incubator at Danske Bank.
As part of the Circular Economy Package (CEP), the EU has set ambitious goals for waste management: by 2030, 55% of plastics packaging waste should be recycled. To reach that target, it's estimated that Denmark needs to triple its current activities.
“As a leader in this transformation, you need to be very stubborn and persistent when trying to get people to go in the right direction".
A dream team with consultants from QVARTZ, QVARTZ Analytics and Mirow & Co. have been working together in Brazil for a couple of months.
2,500 students from more than 60 different countries.
The automotive aftermarket is undergoing a gradual but profound change. In a few years, the market will look completely different.
35 QVARTZ partners met up in Hamburg to connect and discuss important company matters such as sustainability and circular economy.
"What do you think can disrupt our industry and our company?"
Turning old clothing back into raw materials? It may sound way too good to be true, but that is exactly what British startup Worn Again Technologies is doing.
The aim with Charge is for first-generation immigrants in Norway to see that there are people out there who are willing to help and contribute, and realise that there are endless possibilities ahead. Today, many people believe it’s so hard to succeed that they won’t even try”