Why you should listen
Before joining McKinsey, Daniel Läubli founded and ran a software start-up, which he sold after five years.
Today, Daniel is supporting leading European retailers, hypermarkets, and grocers to refocus their strategies to boost customer satisfaction, make in-store processes more efficient by implementing lean techniques, and improving labor scheduling.
He is also advising a convenience store in Western Europe and a leading grocery chain in Eastern Europe to introduce a new category-management process driven by big data and covering assortment, price, merchandising, and procurement.
Meet Daniel at Worldwebforum 2020 where he is a McKinsey Breakout Session Speaker.
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Daniel is a partner in our Zurich office and a leader of our retail and consumer packaged goods practices in Europe. He advises leading grocery and non-food retailers across Europe on operations, advanced analytics, category management, and strategy.
Daniel also contributes to McKinsey’s knowledge development, and has published a number of articles on retail topics.
Before joining McKinsey, Daniel founded and ran a software start-up, which he sold successfully after five years.