Burcu Bicakci Ersoy

Istanbul

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Burcu Bicakci Ersoy Egon Zehnder, Istanbul

About

Burcu Bıçakçı Ersoy, based in Istanbul, leads the Telecommunications segment of Egon Zehnder’s global Technology and Communications Practice. She is a trusted talent strategy advisor to technology, communications, media and services clients in Turkey and near geographies, including CIS, Middle East and Africa. Burcu is deeply experienced in telecommunications and digital, as well as in CIO executive search across multiple industries. Beyond executive search, Burcu provides management appraisals and leadership development consulting. In addition to her leadership role within Technology and Communications, Burcu is active in Egon Zehnder’s Services and Chief Information Officers (CIO) Practices.

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Prior to joining Egon Zehnder, Burcu was a Business Development and Sales Manager with Dell, based in Istanbul and covering the Central and Eastern Europe region. Previously, Burcu was an Information and Technology Executive at Procter & Gamble, based in Germany and Turkey.

Burcu earned a BS in Industrial Engineering from Boğaziçi University in Istanbul and an MBA from INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France.


News and Publications

Looking Back on MWC 2017: Telcos Brace for a Hyperconnected Future

Over the past 15 years, the telco industry has evolved from an infrastructure business to being a critical enabler of digital transformation. The market the telcos serve is changing radically as well.

Leading in the Connected Age

Technological transformation continues to unfold at a relentless pace. To effectively adapt to this new era, companies must recruit and develop a different kind of leadership talent. This is a big ask, because demand for leaders with deep technological acumen far outstrips supply.

Telecommunications Practice Profile

Egon Zehnder’s Telecom group combines in-depth experience in the telecom sector with sophisticated management consulting expertise.

consultant name

Burcu Bicakci Ersoy Egon Zehnder, Istanbul