With over 20 years of experience in senior strategy consulting and management roles in the telecoms and technology sectors, Jonathan is an expert in consumer and business solutions for mobile, fixed and cable environments.

About Jonathan

Jonathan is a Partner at Arthur D. Little, based in our London office. He is a member of our global practice TIME (Telecommunications, information technology, media & electronics).

Jonathan has over 20 years global experience in senior strategy consulting and management roles in the telecoms and technology sectors. His specialist areas include consumer, business and enterprise solutions in mobile, fixed and media contexts, convergent technologies and solutions (e.g. IPTV, OTT, VoIP) new business models (e.g. mPayments, cloud, next-gen wholesale), virtual business models (e.g. MVNO), spectrum auction strategy, both access and core network technologies in mobile, fixed and cable environments, mobile data and applications, carrier wholesale markets, sales force optimization, new product launch, market entry, company valuation, due diligence, post-merger integration and operational performance improvement.  He has been advising incumbent operators, mobile network operators, cable operators, media companies, international MVNOs, global carriers, mobile device manufacturers and equipment manufacturers.

Prior to joining Arthur D. Little, Jonathan worked at Accenture Strategy where he was responsible for their UK TMT strategy activities. From 2007 to 2014, he was leader of Roland Berger’s UK TMT practice. Prior to that, Jonathan was at CSMG Adventis (now Cartesian). He led the development and launch of innovative firms during the dot.com years during the late 1990s.

Jonathan has a degree in International Business Studies and an MBA from London Business School

Past Experience
Managing Director - Communications, Media and Technology
Roland Berger Strategy Consultants
CSMG Adventis (Cartesian)
London Business School
Master of Business Administration
Liverpool Business School
Degree in International Business Studies