filippo ghizzoni

Principal - Roland Berger

Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Filippo is a home-grown consultant who joined Roland Berger in 2012 after completing his studies in Management at the University of Warwick. He is a committed member of the Regulated and Infrastructure practice, focusing on developing the sustainability practice in the Middle East and beyond. He has done this by focusing on key topics such as waste management, water, and climate action. Filippo has led engagements with important public and private stakeholders on topics including national transformation plans, investment strategy, and human capability development across the Middle East and Europe. 

Areas of Expertise


The idea that drives us as management consultants Every great business is driven by an idea. Something grand, earth shattering and so impossible to let go of, that it must be pursued. Ours is that the world must master business, environmental and social challenges to secure sustainable growth, instead of focusing on short-term financial interest at the cost of future generations. There is a lack of equilibrium – we must rebalance. We need a new model. An approach not solely based on measuring temporary shareholder returns, but on something deeper, more meaningful and more substantial. Why? Because we believe that progress and innovation should – and can – create lasting change. We are convinced that, in taking responsibility for the most profound challenges of our time, we have a unique opportunity to rethink the system. A new way of achieving growth and securing robust and profitable business, while safeguarding a viable future. Most importantly, we believe that as management consultants we have an active role to play. That we stand on the precipice of a fundamental change, facing a horizon of limitless opportunities – new models, value and supply chains, technologies and ways of doing business, which must be executed with purpose. The big idea that drives us is to help organizations, businesses and entrepreneurs to reimagine their reality and shift the world towards a new sustainable paradigm.

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