Adrian Gonzalez

Managing Partner, TRANSEARCH Mexico


Latin America


Regional Team

Adrian has worked with top international consulting companies in different business areas, including strategic management (Booz Allen & Hamilton in Washington, D.C.), branding strategy (Interbrand Mexico), and executive recruiting (CTPartners Mexico). Adrian is able to combine top level strategic consulting, with best of breed executive and team recruiting practices. He is currently Mexico´s Managing Partner with TRANSEARCH International, and the Founding Partner at his strategy consulting company ESTEGO. 

Adrian´s professional career includes holding key roles in the Automotive, Telecommunications and Technology in leading companies. Earlier in his career, he worked with Mercedes-Benz in Stuttgart, Germany as part of their Research and Development team, and in Mexico, as part of their IT/Telecommunications group. Also, with Delco Electronics (General Motors), he worked supporting the Supplier Quality management processes. At CFE Telecom, Adrian was responsible for building and managing a recently created unit in charge of commercialization of telecommunications services over the second largest fiber network in Mexico. As Managing Director for Global Crossing Mexico and Vice President of carrier sales, Adrian was responsible for new business development and network operations in country. He also worked with AT&T México and served as Managing Director of, an Internet initiative designed to offer e-commerce and direct marketing services.

In addition to the time he worked with Mercedes-Benz in Germany; with Global Crossing, he led the Carrier Sales initiatives in Central America and Venezuela. He also worked in the International Telecommunications sector for Booz Allen & Hamilton; where he contributed to several global telecom projects, including the development of market strategies for Telecom Argentina, Korea Telecom, Lucent Technologies and other projects in twelve different countries around the world. 

Adrian holds a BSc. in Telecommunications from the Monterrey´s Tech, and an MBA from the MIT.

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