BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Altman Vilandrie & Company, a strategy consulting firm focused on the communications, media and related technology sectors, recently promoted Laurence Wong to principal. Wong, who joined Altman Vilandrie & Company in 2010, advises the firm’s Telecommunications, Media and Technology (TMT) sector clients on a range of strategy issues. He is based at the firm’s Boston headquarters.
“Laurence has been a top performer over the past four years and we are pleased to recognize his accomplishments with a seat on the leadership team,” said Altman Vilandrie & Company COO Steve Conway. “Laurence has distinguished himself with his hard work and deep content knowledge of both the TMT and energy sectors. His contributions have helped our clients meet their strategic objectives and helped us grow our firm.”
At Altman Vilandrie & Company, Wong’s expertise includes growth strategies, new product development and pricing, and market analysis for wireless, consumer wireline and technology companies. During recent engagements, Wong worked with clients to establish roadmaps for emerging products and develop multi-year strategic plans. With a strong background on energy issues, Wong also helps Altman Vilandrie & Company clients navigate investments and strategic engagements in the energy sector.
Before joining Altman Vilandrie & Company, Wong worked at Current Group, a technology startup, and Cambridge Strategic Management Group, a boutique management consulting firm. Wong holds a B.S. in Management Science from the Sloan School of Management at M.I.T.
About Altman Vilandrie & Company
Altman Vilandrie & Company is a strategy consulting group that focuses on the telecom, media, technology and investor sectors. The company’s consultants are experienced in strategy, marketing, finance, M&A, technology, regulatory and operations disciplines. Based in Boston, with offices in New York City and San Francisco, Altman Vilandrie & Company enables clients to seize new opportunities, navigate mounting challenges, improve business performance, and increase investor value within complex and converging industries.
Ninety percent of the boutique firm’s operator clients are large- to mid-cap companies including service providers, technology and software developers, and media companies. Altman Vilandrie & Company’s financial clients include many of the largest and most prominent investors in the telecom, media and technology markets.