Wu Qi (born in China in 1967) is a pillar of the Chinese management team, responsible for the Beijing Office and Head of Greater China's Transportation & Tourism and Engineered Products & High Tech business. He was elected to the Supervisory Board of Roland Berger Strategy Consultants by the Partners in December 2011.
He holds a degree in Economics from Zhejiang University (China) and completed his post-graduate studies in banking and financial markets at People's University in China. He also holds an Executive MBA (EMBA) from China Europe International Business School (CEIBS) in China.
Wu Qi has 16 years of consulting experience, and has worked for the financial industry for 4 years. He joined Roland Berger Strategy Consultants Greater China in 1995, having worked as a Senior Project Manager at China Everbright International Trust and Investment Co. Ltd. and, prior to that, at Beijing North Star Group. A Roland Berger Partner since 2002, he is now in charge of the Transportation, Logistics and Tourism Competence Center. In addition, he heads the functional practices of strategic branding, corporate finance and supply chain management in Greater China.
During his consulting career, he has managed projects in aviation, shipping, logistics, tourism, finance, durable consumer goods, equipment, IT, trade, government industries and development strategy, organization management, sales & marketing (especially brand strategy), post M&A integration, globalization and international M&A. Wu Qi has a wealth of experience in developing and implementing reform strategies for China's large state-owned enterprises (SOE), proven by his extensive list of successful project references.
Wu Qi is married, has one child and lives in Beijing's Chaoyang district.