Igor Revilla holds a first degree in Business Management and Administration from Deusto Business School – University of Deusto (Bilbao, 2001). He went on to complete Post-Graduate training in Competiveness (2009), and then in Energy (2012). He has also attended numerous courses and conferences dealing with organisation management, business strategy and public policy. In July 2001, he became a consultant with the strategy team at Arthur Andersen (later BearingPoint), and in March 2006 he joined the team at B+I Strategy.
Throughout Igor’s career, he was work in the area of Strategic Thinking; strategic planning and implementation; feasibility studies and business plans; organisational transformation; report writing for Stock Market operations; the definition and follow-up of public policies; as well as feasibility analyses for a diverse range of projects, and sectors.
Furthermore, Igor has worked for clients in a variety of sectors: capital goods manufacturing and industrial components; renewable energies; the railway industry; consumer goods; healthcare; social services; along with a number of areas regarding public policy (modernisation of Government; Information society; entrepreneurship; clusters; cultural policy; urbanism, etc.). In recent years, he has worked on numerous innovative projects such as additive manufacturing, off-shore wind power, the Internet of Things (IoT), and eHealth.
Amongst Igor’s main clients are a wide range of organisations: CAF; Guascor Group (now Siemens Group); Ence Group; Arteche; Fagor Arrasate; Indar Electric (Ingeteam Group); Orkli; Alcor Group; Agro Sevilla; Gonher (México); FEVAS; EVE – Basque Energy Agency; The Basque Government; The Provincial Government of Bizkaia, and The City of Bilbao.
In 2014 Igor headed up a B+I Strategy research project on the development of the service offer of industrial companies. Finally, he also speaks regularly to audiences at universities and companies in training sessions on Strategy, Innovation and Competitiveness.
Articles written by Igor Revilla.