Martijn Eikelenboom

Managing Partner

Head of Arthur D. Little Netherlands

Education

IESE Business School - University of Navarra
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
University of Nyenrode
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)

Past Experience

ECI/Bertelsmann
CEO
Boston Consulting Group
Principal

Martijn is the Managing Partner of Arthur D. Little Netherlands and the global head of our Sustainability Strategy practice. He is a member of the senior leadership of our “Strategy & Organization” and “Technology & Innovation Management” global practices.

Martijn focuses on corporate, growth and innovation strategies, with emphasis on media, food, energy, clean tech, chemical, private equity and services industries.

His expertise includes sustainability strategy, digital strategy, data analytics, marketing & sales excellence, and transaction support.

Martijn is former CEO of ECI/Bertelsmann, Benelux’s leading media publisher, distributor, retailer and e-commerce player, where he worked on transforming the company into an online player with award-winning customer service and logistics performances, supported by predictive analytics systems.

He is also founder and chairman of a non-profit timber trading company that helps to protect tropical forests.

Martijn holds a BBA from Nyenrode University and a MBA from IESE. He speaks 5 languages: English, Dutch, German, Spanish, French.

Recent Publications

Corporate sustainability – Using your ecosystem to sustain the ecosystem
It has been nearly 25 years since the Brundtland Report introduced the modern concept of sustainable development, highlighting its three fundamental components – the environment, the economy, and society. Yet since then, despite the many global, regional, and local goals, pledges, and initiatives, society has been largely ineffective in transforming discussions around sustainability into concrete and strategic actions.
Green energy – How to outsmart disruption and future-proof business models
With more robust global political climate ambitions, green growth is an increasing driver of greater value for energy and utility companies, as well as for corporates across all sectors. With 2020 a green watershed, the authors outline key opportunities that leaders need to seize to futureproof their businesses and increase shareholder value.
Green financing of corporate breakthroughs
Making investors part of your innovation ecosystem
Sustainability in the supply chain: The risks and the rewards
Supply chain sustainability risk management

Martijn is the Managing Partner of Arthur D. Little Netherlands and the global head of our Sustainability Strategy practice. He is a member of the senior leadership of our “Strategy & Organization” and “Technology & Innovation Management” global practices.

Martijn focuses on corporate, growth and innovation strategies, with emphasis on media, food, energy, clean tech, chemical, private equity and services industries.

His expertise includes sustainability strategy, digital strategy, data analytics, marketing & sales excellence, and transaction support.

Martijn is former CEO of ECI/Bertelsmann, Benelux’s leading media publisher, distributor, retailer and e-commerce player, where he worked on transforming the company into an online player with award-winning customer service and logistics performances, supported by predictive analytics systems.

He is also founder and chairman of a non-profit timber trading company that helps to protect tropical forests.

Martijn holds a BBA from Nyenrode University and a MBA from IESE. He speaks 5 languages: English, Dutch, German, Spanish, French.

Recent Publications

Corporate sustainability – Using your ecosystem to sustain the ecosystem
It has been nearly 25 years since the Brundtland Report introduced the modern concept of sustainable development, highlighting its three fundamental components – the environment, the economy, and society. Yet since then, despite the many global, regional, and local goals, pledges, and initiatives, society has been largely ineffective in transforming discussions around sustainability into concrete and strategic actions.
Green energy – How to outsmart disruption and future-proof business models
With more robust global political climate ambitions, green growth is an increasing driver of greater value for energy and utility companies, as well as for corporates across all sectors. With 2020 a green watershed, the authors outline key opportunities that leaders need to seize to futureproof their businesses and increase shareholder value.
Green financing of corporate breakthroughs
Making investors part of your innovation ecosystem
Sustainability in the supply chain: The risks and the rewards
Supply chain sustainability risk management

More About Martijn
  • IESE Business School - University of Navarra
    Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • University of Nyenrode
    Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
  • ECI/Bertelsmann
    CEO
  • Boston Consulting Group
    Principal