Some speak about people as “diamonds in the rough”, needing polishing to fit in. To us, it’s the opposite. We’re looking for people who have an edge, who are driven and who make a difference. We believe that amazing things can be achieved by a unified, talented and prepared team. Our civilisation is boosted by the unique traits of its members who build their careers on many different backgrounds and strongholds from all over the world.


Building a small giant

Consultants & Senior Consultants, New York
Event Hackathon 2018

November 15-17, 2018
Cologne, Germany

On November 15-17, QVARTZ and InsurLab Germany invite ambitious and passionate data-driven students, professionals and entrepreneurs to join the Hackathon 2018. Over three days, you will use your skills to foster innovation and develop new digital business solutions for the German insurance industry.


Dear Mathias

April 5, 2018

"Take chances, fail fast and embrace the frustration. You are 24 years old and have just started (what will be) an amazing journey". Read Engagement Partner Mathias Leth Geertsen's letter to his younger consultant-self.


Talent Lifecycle Management

August 17, 2018

For companies to generate a sustainable talent management lifecycle, their strategies should be built upon equal parts of Product & Ser-vices, Sustainability, Digitisation and People. But how does one prepare for this, and what does it mean in practice? Read our latest perspective on the future role of HR.


Postcard from QVARTZ: Madison in New York

October 17, 2018

Follow Madison through the streets of New York in the video below.


Who inspires you?

Consultants, Hamburg
Event Copenhagen

Test your theory in practice

November 15, 17:00-22:00

On November 15, we invite ingenious science and engineering students to join us at our Copenhagen office to try out the role of a management consultant for a night.


Our biggest asset is people

October 16, 2018

The QVARTZ Academy is a cornerstone in QVARTZ. It cuts across from the very beginning of someone's tenure to when you are a senior partner.

Event Copenhagen

It's not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are

November 8, 17:00-22:00

On November 8, we invite inquisitive non-business students to our Copenhagen office to hear more about how we work to change the management consulting industry from within.


To lead and be led

October 2, 2017

Torsten Hvidt is a key figure in QVARTZ, a management consulting company, which distances itself from the hierarchical pyramid-like structures in the industry. On the contrary, he believes in a version of democracy, because the best colleagues want more than to just obey.


Sustainable marketing transformation

September 5, 2016

Through our work with leading companies and marketers across different industries, we have identified 10 marketing disciplines which in most companies are needed to deliver the expected value


Across time zones

September 28, 2018

From Columbia University on Manhattan and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill onwards to the DSE focus night in Lyngby and a brand new career fair at the University of Copenhagen.


What do you believe?

Managers, Hamburg
Coffee chats

Is management consulting for you?

September 19, 2018

Let's grab a coffee and find out.


Meaningful days at the castle

September 27, 2018

Energetic Campus 3 participants from all corners of the QVARTZ civilisation recently spent a couple of meaningful and educational days together at Kokkedal Castle, north of Copenhagen.


Do you dare to make a difference?

Consultants, Stockholm

Energy storage

September 1, 2016

Today, many countries are chasing ambitious renewable energy targets. This challenges the energy systems as more variable renewable energy, such as wind and solar, needs to be integrated.


Growing networks

August 28, 2018

Together with the Danish law firm Plesner, QVARTZ has established the GROW network - a strong and trust-based space where female leadership talents can grow their network and perspectives.


Bridging the gender gap

August 7, 2018

Today, only one out of three management consultants are women.