By: Mark Bidwell
Marc Vollenweider has spent over 15 years guiding Evalueserve to become a global research, analytics and data management solutions provider. In this week’s episode he discusses his transition from being a McKinsey partner to founding a business employing over 3,500 people as well as the counter-intuitive benefits arising from simplification and automation.
Welcome to this week’s episode of the Innovation Ecosystem podcast, where Mark Bidwell and Roddy Millar interview remarkable and thought-provoking guests about innovation, leadership and change in the world of business.
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Marc Vollenweider has spent over 15 years guiding Evalueserve to become a global research, analytics and data management solutions provider. He was previously a partner with McKinsey & Co. and he has extensive consulting experience in various industries including telecommunications, banking and pharmaceuticals. He is a renowned expert on the outsourcing industry. Marc holds a Master’s Degree in Telecommunications Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zürich and an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau.
Mark Bidwell has extensive experience catalyzing and driving change in a variety of marketing and leadership roles at market-leading companies such as BP Oil, The Hay Group, and Syngenta, where I lhe the creation and development of a $2bn Specialty Crops business unit. Mark’s initial exposure to disruptive innovation involved launching London’s first home-delivery supermarket, followed by introducing the first web-based consulting product to European clients in 1995, which formed the basis of a business that today generates revenues approaching $150m.
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