What’s Your Life Story? Meet Oliver Bandte & Simon Mueller

Friday, Jul 12, 2019

We are asking professionals about their career and life path: How did they get to where they are right now; how much planning and deciding about their career path did they do; were there road blocks on their career Autobahn, or is / was there no speed limit? What’s the real life story behind their careers and why did they choose it?

Join us for a summer evening of conversation and Q&A around Consulting with

  • Oliver Bandte, Principal Data Scientist, Boston Consulting Group
  • Simon Mueller, Project Leader, Boston Consulting Group

who will share their stories and any advice they may have for those who are considering the Consulting career path – whether as their first job or as a mid-career change.

We are hosted in a light-filled conference room in the offices of SAP America Inc. overlooking Boston’s Quincy Market and waterfront areas.

Meet Oliver Bandte & Simon Mueller
Oliver Bandte is a Data Science Principal in BCG’s Data Science unit, called GAMMA. He joined BCG six years ago to start their Customer Analytics team and ran the GAMMA Solution & Services team for three years. Oliver is the GAMMA lead for BCG’s Center for Mobility Innovation and as such responsible for all advanced modeling and simulation activities in the mobility space. For example, he built a simulation of Boston traffic to study the impact of autonomous vehicles and ride-sharing concepts on the mobility of the city. Oliver holds a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Tech and a “Diplomingenieur” from the Technical University of Braunschweig / Germany.



Simon Mueller is a Senior Project Leader in the Boston offices of BCG. He is looking back at a seven-year career at BCG that led him to work in 19 different countries across the globe. Simon focuses on technology and industrial goods companies where he has focused mostly on strategic and operational work.

Simon is also the co-founder of The Future Society, a think-and-do-tank specialized in questions of impact and governance of Artificial Intelligence and other emerging technologies. In his free time, he enjoys bicycling, mountaineering and sailing.

Simon holds an MBA from the University of Mannheim / Germany and an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School.


53 State Street, 16th Floor
Offices of SAP America Inc.
Boston, MA 02109

Free admission.

No walk ins. Registration required by July 10th.

Light refreshments will be served.


This event series “What’s Your Life Story” was conceived and is curated by the GABC Young Professionals. All are welcome: GABC members, regular non-members or those who are attending an event by the German-American Business Council for the first time.