Sushank Agarwal, Lina Tilley and Daniel Drylie join BCG’s Inverto

13 April 2022 Consultancy.uk 2 min. read
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International procurement consultancy Inverto has bolstered its leadership team in London with a trio of senior hires.

Sushank Agarwal joins the senior line-up as a Managing Director (the equivalent of partner level), while Daniel Drylie and Lina Tilley both join at Principal level – bringing over 40 years of combined procurement experience to the team.

“Sushank, Lina and Daniel are proven industry leaders, and their arrival marks a real milestone in the growth of the UK business. Their vision and experience will create even stronger foundations for us to build on,” said Thibault Lecat, Managing Director and Regional Leader for Western Europe.

Daniel Drylie, Lina Tilley and Sushank Agarwal - Inverto

Founded in 2000 in Germany, Inverto today has over 300 consultants working from nine locations in eight European countries (the UK office is 20-strong). The firm – which operates under the umbrella of strategy giant Boston Consulting Group since 2016 – specialises in procurement and supply chain management.

Sushank Agarwal is an expert in strategic cost reduction and procurement transformation. He is experienced in advising global organisations across retail, oil and gas, telecoms and banking. He previously worked at four other consulting firms – procurement specialists Efficio and Kearney, and Accenture and EY.

Lina Tilley brings with her 12 years of procurement and commercial experience gained across multiple blue-chip multi-national clients. She joins from Deloitte where she worked in its operations consulting business, and before that she served engineering consultancy Turner & Townsend and Rolls-Royce in its procurement function.

Daniel Drylie has worked extensively within the procurement sector over the last ten years, managing complex cost reduction initiatives and delivering operational turnaround. He most recently worked as an independent consultant, and before that served Efficio for close to eight years, following three years in industry roles.

“The London office has achieved 50% year on year growth over the last three years, across both its revenue stream and head count. Our new hires will help facilitate continued growth over the coming years across key target sectors, including energy, financial services, consumer goods, media telecom and retail,” said Lecat.