Managing Partner Denmark
Omar is Managing Partner of Simon-Kucher’s Danish operations in Copenhagen and a member of the Global Medical Technology and Consumer Health Practice within Simon-Kucher’s Life Sciences activities.
Omar received his MSc in Management and a CEMS Master’s in International Management from the London School of Economics and St. Gallen, where he specialised in corporate strategy and finance. During his studies, he gained experience in the financial sector, having worked for Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein.
After completing his studies, Omar worked as a management consultant at Quartz Strategy Consultants (now Qvartz) and Lufthansa Consulting after which he was the managing director of a Danish/Russian IT start-up. Since joining Simon-Kucher, Omar has worked in all commercial aspects of front-end optimisation within marketing, sales and pricing.
He has successfully managed and implemented global commercial excellence programs for a number of multinational Life Science companies in the USA, Argentina, Canada, China, Brazil, Japan, the EU5 and Scandinavia.
His experience covers a broad range of Life Science sectors including medical supplies and equipment manufacturers, OEM suppliers, Life Science service providers and Consumer Health companies.
2 blogs from the author
Posted on 31.05.2017
Solution offers in the medtech industry – the diamond of successful monetization (II)
This is the second part of the article. Should you find out more about the five types of solutions offers that could innovate the medtech sector, please click here. By definition every solution, regardless of its design, targets a specific customer challenge. The key to configuring effective solutions is to understand the customer’s needs, but majority […]
Posted on 24.05.2017
Solution offers in the medtech industry – the diamond of successful monetization
From the medtech sector’s growth figures and revenue outlook, you would assume the industry’s success is guaranteed. Across the world, the population is aging, pushing up the demand for medical devices. However, as we dig a little deeper into market trends, we see that a positive revenue outlook doesn’t necessarily result in profitable growth. In […]