David Jacoby is the President of Boston Strategies International. He has been consulting for over 25 years in operations strategy, of which the last eight have focused on the gas, oil, and power industries. He wrote Trump, Trade and The End of Globalization (Praeger, 2018); The High Cost of Low Prices (Business Expert Press, 2017); Optimal Supply Chain Management in Oil, Gas, and Power Generation (PennWell 2012); and Guide to Supply Chain Management (The Economist 2009). He has taught at Boston University’s Graduate School of Business and served as a Contributing Editor for the Economist.
Mariel analyzes emerging trends in the energy markets and energy supply chains, and she is servicing BSI’s major gas, oil and power clients worldwide. She has extensive consulting experience in financial aspects of energy markets, economic viability of capital investments, and development banks. She holds a Master’s degree in Economics and Business Administration major in Energy, Natural Resources and Environment from the Norwegian School of Economics, and a Master’s degree in Finance from EGADE Business School. Mariel has participated in energy-related projects at the World Bank, the OECD, and the Yale School of Management.
Amit directs BSI’s marketing and technology initiatives, which are designed to offer innovative new platforms for BSI’s consultants as well as our clients. His work encompasses marketing communications and market research for BSI and its gas, oil and power clients worldwide, as well as customer relationship management for BSI. Amit leverages his experience in Business Development, Digital Marketing and Business Intelligence domains to creating technology roadmaps and managing technology and innovation. Amit holds a Masters in Business Administration in Marketing Management from James Cook University