Bauer Aviation Advisory launches on-demand offering for consultancies

17 February 2022 2 min. read
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Niche player Bauer Aviation Advisory has launched a new offering that opens up its talent network to management consultancies – at a time when gaining access to expert talent is high on the agenda of consulting boardrooms.

Established in 2020, Bauer Aviation Advisory is a management consulting with a single focus: the aviation industry. Founder Linus Benjamin Bauer had previously spent over a decade in the industry, and over the past two years he has built an award-winning firm of 35 experts and consultants – all of whom bring a proven track record in the sector.

Adding to its traditional suite of consulting services – “we provide complete engagement solutions from high-level strategy services to implementation support” explained Bauer – the firm has now expanded its business model into the on-demand segment of the landscape.

Bauer Aviation Advisory launches on-demand offering for consultancies

According to Bauer, the firm was attracted into the segment following “several successful collaborations with major consulting firms” and the “changing nature of the consulting landscape”. Meanwhile, Bauer Aviation Advisory’s network of vetted consultants brings an in-demand proposition to the table: senior experts that have a background at top firms (Big Four, strategy houses, etc) and/or leading players in the aviation scene.

“Our recent involvement in several aviation-related projects with consulting firms have clearly shown that our specialist aviation background coupled with top-tier consulting experience adds enormous value to projects of consultancies with their clients,” said Bauer.

Engagements the firm has partnered on include those focused on post-Covid-19 strategy development, revenue generation, cost optimisation, performance improvement and ‘health check quick scans’ for varying parts of organisational health.

Bauer Aviation Advisory has also helped incumbent consulting firms with “opening doors to new project initiatives” – providing support to the business development and networking phases of client engagement.

By blending Bauer Aviation Advisory’s deep industry experience with their own approach, Bauer asserts that consulting firms can “better tailor their offerings to the needs of the clients in the aviation industry” – against the backdrop of clients who are becoming increasingly disgruntled with “off-the-shelve, one-size-fits-all solutions.”

“Industries with higher complexity, like aviation, need trusted partners during these challenging times. We expect to officially announce our first partner next month,” Bauer concluded.

Other on-demand platforms for management consultants active in the Middle East include Comatch, Toptal, and Outvise (just like Bauer Aviation Advisory an industry specialist).