Here writes: Christoph Rammé

consocium_christoph_rammeChristoph Rammé is the founder and managing director of the consultancy network Consocium. Consocium is a network of freelance top management consultants that provides consulting experts to SMEs, corporations and consulting firms. Before founding Consocium, Christoph Rammé worked for seven years as a strategy consultant and senior project manager at Booz and Company (now Strategyund). There he mainly advised clients from the transport and logistics sector as well as from the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors. Before that, he studied business administration with a focus on finance and operations at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management (HHL) and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). and the University of Hamburg. Privately, he loves to travel and discover foreign countries and has been playing chess with a passion since he was four, and to this day he proudly looks back on a victory against former world champion Viswanathan Anand. More information at

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