Nikolaus S. Lang is a Managing Director and Senior Partner in BCG’s Munich office and has been working for
the firm since 1998. Nikolaus is the Global Leader of BCG’s Global Advantage practice, supporting clients on
an array of globalization related topics: global trade, localization, international joint ventures, and digital
ecosystems. Nikolaus lived in Asia for ten years, and has worked in most of the world's emerging markets.
As a global expert in connectivity, autonomous mobility, carsharing, and fleet management, Nikolaus is the Founder and Director of BCG’s Center for Mobility Innovation, a team of urban mobility experts and digital business builders. This team advises cities, public transportation operators, and mobility and automotive companies around the globe on innovative and state of the art mobility solutions. Since 2012 he leads BCG’s cooperation with the WEF on the Future of Mobility, incl. Autonomous Mobility, Social Inclusion in Mobility and Software-Driven Mobility.
Nikolaus holds a PhD in Business Administration from the University of St. Gallen (topic: Joint Venture Management in China) and a master in business administration from the University of St. Gallen Since 2021 he is Honorary Professor at the Institutes for Business Administration and Mobility at the University of St. Gallen
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