BSRIA is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Andy Baul-Lewis as a Consultant in its Worldwide Market Intelligence Team (WMI), effective from Monday 26th March 2018.
Andy joins BSRIA after a career providing consulting and marketing strategy in the ICT sector. This appointment recognises both the increasingly significant role that technology now has in the built environment and services industry, as well as the key position BSRIA holds in helping to understand and shape that evolution.
Developing an understanding of how to connect Technology with Buildings and the Internet of Things in the built environment is a critical aspect of how BSRIA aims to support its clients and members as we move forward into the digital age.
Andy has worked in research and planning roles at Microsoft and Vodafone Group in the UK, Nokia and Ooredoo in the Middle East as well as providing global consultancy to the Technology industry, with Gartner and Frost & Sullivan.
Zoltan Karpathy, Worldwide Market Intelligence Operations Manager, said:
“We are delighted to have appointed Andy into this crucial and exciting role to reinforce the team’s extensive research and client relationships. Andy’s diverse and professional experience in competitor and global market intelligence, market insight and strategic development is first rate.”
“I am delighted to have taken up the role of Consultant and I hope to ensure members, clients and the wider industry gets the most out of BSRIA’s wealth of market expertise and research capabilities.
BSRIA’s analysis and consultancy can play a critical role in helping organisations grow, by understanding how the future is likely to evolve, and then helping them get into the best position to ride that wave.
WMI is a leading provider of a regularly released authoritative portfolio of published market reports and hot topics, in addition to bespoke studies and management consultancy. A wide range of off-the-shelf solutions includes: HVAC, energy service and smart homes, renewable technology, refrigeration, structured cabling, lighting, security, fire detection and building controls.”
WMI has undertaken research in over 94 countries and employs multi-lingual staff; with over 17 languages being spoken. Using unrivalled industry knowledge, methodologies and consultancy expertise, the department analyses market trends and drivers to provide clients with cost-effective comprehensive reports, analysis and forecasts.