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Emile Naus promoted to operations partner at BearingPoint

01 July 2019

Emile Naus, who leads BearingPoint’s Operations team in the UK, has been promoted to partner.

Naus’ promotion is part of a wider announcement by the management and technology consultancy - that it has promoted 17 new Partners across Europe - demonstrating BearingPoint’s ongoing success and growth, and its commitment to clients.

A recognised leader in operations, digital supply chain, and advanced analytics, Naus has a wealth of experience from both consulting and operational roles including his previous role as Head of Logistics Strategy for Marks and Spencer, where he was responsible for a range of break-through initiatives. 

Naus’ team develops end-to-end supply chain strategies for clients, and helps them to deliver the benefits. This work spans multiple industry sectors including Automotive, Consumer Goods, Retail, Chemicals, Industrial Manufacturing, Life Sciences, and Transport and Logistics.

Tony Farnfield, partner at BearingPoint, said: "Since joining BearingPoint, he has demonstrated a strong track record of client delivery across a range of industry sectors - by applying a combination of supply chain expertise, strong analytical skills, and business understanding." 

Emile Naus, partner at BearingPoint, added: “I am delighted to be promoted to operations partner for BearingPoint in the UK. We have a great team of experienced consultants, who help our clients improve their operations. I look forward to continue the development of our business and our team.”

With over 25 years of supply chain experience, Naus has worked for 3rd party logistics, retail companies, and consulting businesses. He has designed, built, implemented and run operations in Europe and North America, varying from manual to highly automated.