Ben Kerschberg founded BKC3 Consulting LLC (formerly BK Advisory Group LLC) to research high-value markets and products to help (i) educate target audiences with concise and meaningful content; (ii) develop corporate strategy; and (iii) position companies within their markets in a way that enables partners and customers to deliver their own initiatives with measurable ROI.
He received his Juris Doctor from Yale Law School and his B.A. from the University of Virginia.
He is a contributing writer to Forbes, Harvard Business Review, and The Huffington Post. His work has also appeared in Corporate Counsel, Law Technology News, Texas Lawyer, and Equine Journal. His writing was featured in The Wall Street Journal (AllThingsD).
In Silicon Valley, Ben served as Director of Competitive Intelligence for webMethods (acquired by Software AG), where he analyzed industry sectors, emerging standards, as well as the company’s market competitors in order to present strategic recommendations to the company’s senior management team and to write analyses for over 1,100 employees worldwide. Ben has been recognized as one of the 200 top influences in big data. He writes extensively on Forbes about analytics, big data, mobile application development, and crowdsourcing.
Representative Writing Samples
Below are a few of Ben Kerschberg's writing samples from Harvard Business Review and Forbes.
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Representative Clients and Partners
GE Intelligent Platforms
Harvard Institute for Quantitative Social Sciences
Hitachi Data Systems
EnterpriseDB (EDB Postgres)
Cleversafe (acquired by IBM)
webMethods (acquired by Software AG)
iManage (acquired by Autonomy)
HITS (Horse Shows in the Sun)
Lois Paul & Partners