the now

The digital revolution is changing the rules of the game worldwide. We anticipate the next moves, and set the direction of play.


goetzpartners is an independent advisory firm for all key issues of entrepreneurial activity: strategy, M&A and transformation. This unique approach makes clients measurably more successful. The combination of corporate finance and management consulting creates sustainable added value when determining valid courses of action, reaching decisions and implementing them. Boasting a vast wealth of business experience, goetzpartners advises clients in all key industries world-wide: Business Services, Energy, Financial Institutions, Healthcare, Industrials & Automotive, Retail & FMCG and TMT.

As a trusted partner with a valuable track record and a far-reaching network, we are ideally positioned to help companies worldwide to navigate through their digital transformation challenges. With more than 250 professionals operating out of 12 offices in 10 countries, we advise decision-makers and top executives in all key industries.

goetzpartners, headquartered in Germany, ranks among the 10 best-performing German advisory firms (Lünendonk®). Boasting a vast wealth of expertise in both cross-border mergers and acquisitions and management consulting, we are trusted by clients to provide excellent insights, transaction advisory services and value creation. For our excellent advisory services we have received numerous awards, among others, the Best of Consulting Award from the renowned German business magazin "WirtschaftsWoche"has been conferred six times to date.

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Corporate Social

Taking responsibility – within the company, for colleagues, society and our environment – is key to how we do business, as is our commitment to achieving long-term impact in every social project and initiative.

We summarize this understanding of responsibility in the  four "Ps":

By this we understand the responsibility of our employees and for our employees. We uphold our responsibility to society, our own values and the people we work with. We expect the same mindset from every single person on board. Certain convictions are key to our corporate culture: fair treatment and remuneration, support and development for each individual, engaging with people on equal terms, and social responsibility as a factor in recruitment.
Ethical practice is our guiding principle in customer projects. We select our projects with care, and are committed to fair cooperation at all times. We also carry the principle of responsibility through to implementation. These values are set out in our Code of Conduct.
In light of the responsibility we bear towards our planet and future generations, we strive to do our best for the environment and climate in business activities at all our offices, national and international – for example by avoiding emissions through power from renewable sources, or the gradual rollout of recycling concepts at our locations.
Providing long-term support to social initiatives is a commitment we take personally and seriously. Our social projects focus on helping children and adolescents, and integrating refugees and migrants into our society. We work closely with established partners, enable our staff to volunteer pro-bono service during working hours, and also provide funding to selected initiatives either directly or through the goetzpartners Foundation


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This is where thought leaders and influencers of digital transformation regularly have their say. With special sections on Transformation, Digitization and Innovation, protagonists such as Dr. Frederik Pferdt, Chief Innovation Evangelist at Google, or Mario Pieper, Chief Digital Officer at BSH, share their experience and give readers insightful ideas to drive their own innovation and transformation projects.

With new stories published regularly, the magazine site is always worth a visit. You can also subscribe to the monthly newsletter for regular updates on new stories. Consistently informative and perceptive, the magazine – which launched in 2016 – is making people take notice: in June 2017, Transformation Beats earned a special mention in the German Brand Awards.