Gabriel Mohr

Principal

Principal

Education

WU (Vienna) & Emory University/Goizueta Business School (Atlanta)
BSc in International Management
King's College London
MSc in International Marketing

Gabriel is a member of Arthur D. Little’s TIME practice and based in the Vienna office. He has contributed to and led multiple landmark projects, expanding ADL’s reputation in the TMT and M&A sector. He has built strong subject-matter expertise within the telco space (fiber, 5G, data centers, the IoT, etc.) across a variety of topics (growth strategy and implementation, organizational review and transformation, operational excellence, diversification, technology innovation, market and potential entry assessment, and transaction support including due diligences, etc.). In addition, Gabriel is the global head of ADL’s media and entertainment competence center, working globally for national and international broadcasters and media houses on topics such as super aggregation, SVODs, content production, content monetization, data analytics and digital publishing. 

A selection of Gabriel’s key projects includes:
• Growth and diversification strategy in entertainment for one of the largest European telco groups, including group-wide and regional aspects regarding content, marketing and technology
• Growth strategy and cost-saving potential for a European broadcaster, based on 5G opportunities with focus on 5G content production and campus network potential
• Fixed broadband and FMC strategy, as well as transformation plan for a telco in CEE
• Performance review, fixed growth strategy and footprint expansion analysis for a telco in CEE  
• Transaction support, including PMI and multiple commercial and technical due diligences for telco operators in CEE, while challenging their business cases and assessing areas for additional growth

Recent Publications

On the threshold of a revolution – New opportunities for telcos in the converging media and telco ecosystem
5G promises to transform customer entertainment, enabling completely new, immersive, real-time experiences. How can companies harness 5G to meet changing consumer demands? The authors explain key trends and opportunities and, in particular, how telcos can use their 5G strengths to build leadership positions in next-generation entertainment, based on creating partnerships with innovators in their ecosystems.

Gabriel is a member of Arthur D. Little’s TIME practice and based in the Vienna office. He has contributed to and led multiple landmark projects, expanding ADL’s reputation in the TMT and M&A sector. He has built strong subject-matter expertise within the telco space (fiber, 5G, data centers, the IoT, etc.) across a variety of topics (growth strategy and implementation, organizational review and transformation, operational excellence, diversification, technology innovation, market and potential entry assessment, and transaction support including due diligences, etc.). In addition, Gabriel is the global head of ADL’s media and entertainment competence center, working globally for national and international broadcasters and media houses on topics such as super aggregation, SVODs, content production, content monetization, data analytics and digital publishing. 

A selection of Gabriel’s key projects includes:
• Growth and diversification strategy in entertainment for one of the largest European telco groups, including group-wide and regional aspects regarding content, marketing and technology
• Growth strategy and cost-saving potential for a European broadcaster, based on 5G opportunities with focus on 5G content production and campus network potential
• Fixed broadband and FMC strategy, as well as transformation plan for a telco in CEE
• Performance review, fixed growth strategy and footprint expansion analysis for a telco in CEE  
• Transaction support, including PMI and multiple commercial and technical due diligences for telco operators in CEE, while challenging their business cases and assessing areas for additional growth

Recent Publications

On the threshold of a revolution – New opportunities for telcos in the converging media and telco ecosystem
5G promises to transform customer entertainment, enabling completely new, immersive, real-time experiences. How can companies harness 5G to meet changing consumer demands? The authors explain key trends and opportunities and, in particular, how telcos can use their 5G strengths to build leadership positions in next-generation entertainment, based on creating partnerships with innovators in their ecosystems.

More About Gabriel
  • WU (Vienna) & Emory University/Goizueta Business School (Atlanta)
    BSc in International Management
  • King's College London
    MSc in International Marketing