Christoph Domke

Christoph Domke

Director – Global Strategy Group, KPMG LLP

Professional and Industry Experience

Christoph is a Director in KPMG’s Mobility 2030 practice. He has over 12 years experience in strategy, consulting, M&A support, research, product and platform development at firms including Frost & Sullivan, IHS, Globallnsight and BMW.

As a leading automotive and particularly commercial vehicle industry and ground logistics expert, his areas of expertise and project work include driverless transportation/truck platooning, alternative powertrain technologies, platform and product strategy, additive manufacturing, connectivity and telematics, off-highway vehicles and intelligent mobility solutions and megatrends in both developed and emerging markets.

He has worked with global majors in the automotive, transportation, energy, public sector, technology and telecommunication industries driving Corporate Planning, Commercial Due Diligence, Growth Strategy, Sales Improvement, Operations Excellence  and Cost Reduction. Illustrative projects include:

  • Market assessment and ASEAN region entry strategy for a Chinese vehicle manufacturer
  • Last-mile strategy formulation support for a global automotive OEM
  • Joint venture strategy definition and architecture development for an automotive supplier
  • Market analysis and competitor benchmarking for a global commercial vehicle OEM looking to enter the Digital Freight Brokerage market through acquisition
  • Electric vehicle charging value chain mapping, quantification and participation strategy development for an oil and gas major across key markets in Europe, China and India
  • Global alternative powertrain landscape assessment and future roadmap development for a leading bus manufacturer
  • Growth and international expansion strategy for a top technology player focused on entering the video telematics and prognostics areas

In this capacity, Christoph also regularly speaks at global conferences and is frequently quoted by the business press.


Master of Economics from University of Maastricht, Netherlands

Function and Specialisation

Focused on the Mobility 2030 ecosystem (esp. Commercial Vehicles) including the automotive, energy and technology angle. Proposition focus in growth and deals strategy.