People.
Our most important capital, our employees.

People.

People make the difference – we have lived this credo since the first day of the Munich Consulting Group. The people who work for us are our greatest capital. Today, the Munich Consulting Group has over 150 employees and their diversity, be it in terms of their expertise, origin, age or interests, is one of the most important key factors for our success.

Anastasia Melnik

Anastasia Melnik

she used to do Stand-up-Comedy and often choose her travel destinations based on the local cuisine

Fred-Laurenz Prieto

Fred-Laurenz Prieto

is into dance classes and as a young man travelled large parts of India

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Julian Meißner

Julian Meißner

likes to spend his free time paddling on European rivers to discover the world from a different perspective

Patrizia Luzak

Patrizia Luzak

also does a coaching training and ratters Europe with her old VW bus

Stephanie Wittenbauer

Stephanie Wittenbauer

as European Champion in Urban Dance Style she happily dances through all areas of life

Nico Meindorfner

Nico Meindorfner

prefers to jump off stairs with his skateboard instead of walking them.

Felix Weigand

Felix Weigand

wants to attend a knife sharpening course in Japan

Marco Mauler

Marco Mauler

provides for the physical well-being of all colleagues as hobby gastronomer and event manager

Patrick Lovetinsky

Patrick Lovetinsky

likes to relax after work with painting and the Rolling Stones.

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Jana Aldajani

Jana Aldajani

Owns more books than the Library of Alexandria.

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