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Gregory Pankert

Partner

About Gregory

Gregory Pankert is Partner based in Arthur D. Little’s Brussels office and is an active member of our TIME (Telecommunication, Information, Media and Electronics) Practice, for which he leads globally the Telecom segment.

His experience mainly covers market-entry and growth strategies, strategic asset reconfiguration, content strategies, and regulatory strategies in all segments of the TIME sector, as well as in other network industries (e.g. postal sector, utilities, transport).

Within our TIME practice, Gregory leads our efforts in developing our expertise in the following specific domains: 

  • Strategy Review and Business Models 2030, including strategic asset reconfiguration,
  • Fixed-Mobile Convergence strategies (mobile-entry strategies, convergence go-to-market strategies, improvement of three-play strategies, Fixed-Mobile synergies assessment, partnership strategy for RAN Sharing, acquisition of cable company by an MNO, etc.),
  • Cable operators’ business models,
  • Content and advertising management (acquisition and management of content rights and related advertising revenues),
  • Home Convergence: Diversification and Smart-Home Services solutions

Gregory has also built experience in leading company transformation programs, helping clients define disruptive business models and strategies, and translating those into practice in terms of governance and organization redesign, post-merger integration, performance management, and change management.

Gregory is a Belgian national and speaks French, Dutch, English, and German.

Education

Solvay Business School
Commercial Engineer

Past Experience

Andersen
Manager

Insights

Time to accelerate growth
Dr. Karim Taga, Gregory Pankert, Paul Desjonquères, Christoph Uferer, Gabriel Mohr, Bela Virag
Strategy: How to cope with the uncertainties of tomorrow’s new world
Gregory Pankert, Arnaud Jouron, Florence Carlot, Rick Eagar
Planning for the future has never been more difficult given the unstable and uncertain global environment that businesses face at both a macro and micro level. Based on insights from client conversations and internal experts, we outline the range of potential scenarios organizations could face, along with guidance and best practice on making strategic decisions in tomorrow’s new world.
Telecoms: Leveraging adversity to leapfrog into the future
Rohit Sethi, Gregory Pankert, Dr. Karim Taga
The telecoms industry has been able to weather the COVID-19 storm better than many sectors, and has even increased its importance for communicating in a locked-down, socially distanced world. What will be the longer-term impacts for different parts of the sector? This article examines the current environment and explains how CXOs can prepare for the potential challenges and opportunities in a postcrisis world.
Telecom, media and technology – COVID-19 implications and medium-term recovery
Dr. Karim Taga, Rohit Sethi, Gregory Pankert
The race to the home butler
Gregory Pankert, Sean McDevitt, Lars Riegel, Hariprasad Pichai

Gregory Pankert

Partner

Belgium

Contact & Follow

About Gregory

Gregory Pankert is Partner based in Arthur D. Little’s Brussels office and is an active member of our TIME (Telecommunication, Information, Media and Electronics) Practice, for which he leads globally the Telecom segment.

His experience mainly covers market-entry and growth strategies, strategic asset reconfiguration, content strategies, and regulatory strategies in all segments of the TIME sector, as well as in other network industries (e.g. postal sector, utilities, transport).

Within our TIME practice, Gregory leads our efforts in developing our expertise in the following specific domains: 

  • Strategy Review and Business Models 2030, including strategic asset reconfiguration,
  • Fixed-Mobile Convergence strategies (mobile-entry strategies, convergence go-to-market strategies, improvement of three-play strategies, Fixed-Mobile synergies assessment, partnership strategy for RAN Sharing, acquisition of cable company by an MNO, etc.),
  • Cable operators’ business models,
  • Content and advertising management (acquisition and management of content rights and related advertising revenues),
  • Home Convergence: Diversification and Smart-Home Services solutions

Gregory has also built experience in leading company transformation programs, helping clients define disruptive business models and strategies, and translating those into practice in terms of governance and organization redesign, post-merger integration, performance management, and change management.

Gregory is a Belgian national and speaks French, Dutch, English, and German.

Education

Solvay Business School
Commercial Engineer

Past Experience

Andersen
Manager

Insights

Time to accelerate growth
Dr. Karim Taga, Gregory Pankert, Paul Desjonquères, Christoph Uferer, Gabriel Mohr, Bela Virag
Strategy: How to cope with the uncertainties of tomorrow’s new world
Gregory Pankert, Arnaud Jouron, Florence Carlot, Rick Eagar
Planning for the future has never been more difficult given the unstable and uncertain global environment that businesses face at both a macro and micro level. Based on insights from client conversations and internal experts, we outline the range of potential scenarios organizations could face, along with guidance and best practice on making strategic decisions in tomorrow’s new world.
Telecoms: Leveraging adversity to leapfrog into the future
Rohit Sethi, Gregory Pankert, Dr. Karim Taga
The telecoms industry has been able to weather the COVID-19 storm better than many sectors, and has even increased its importance for communicating in a locked-down, socially distanced world. What will be the longer-term impacts for different parts of the sector? This article examines the current environment and explains how CXOs can prepare for the potential challenges and opportunities in a postcrisis world.
Telecom, media and technology – COVID-19 implications and medium-term recovery
Dr. Karim Taga, Rohit Sethi, Gregory Pankert
The race to the home butler
Gregory Pankert, Sean McDevitt, Lars Riegel, Hariprasad Pichai