Eddie Hartman

Eddie Hartman

Partner

Simon-Kucher and Partners

Eddie Hartman is a Partner at Simon Kucher’s San Francisco office. He specializes in developing high-growth revenue strategies, conducting effective go-to-market planning, and achieving recurring revenue excellence.

Hartman works with small “hypergrowth” companies and “unicorns,” as well as larger B2B corporations in the SaaS/n-sided market space. He also helps professional services firms optimize their pricing, including members of the Am Law 100. He is a frequent keynote speaker and is a regular lecturer at universities including Stanford, Yale, and Harvard. Hartman served as an internal editor of Simon-Kucher’s bestselling 2016 book, Monetizing Innovation.

Prior to joining Simon-Kucher, Hartman started and operated multiple companies with a total valuation in excess of $3 billion. This hands-on operational experience, combined with nearly a decade of international consulting, enables Hartman to integrate strategy, implementation, and feasibility into his project approaches.

Hartman received his bachelor’s degree in computer science and mathematics from Yale University. He earned a Master of Business Administration in finance and marketing from the Wharton School of Business, where he was designated a Palmer Scholar (the highest academic honor). He also received special certification in project management from the California Institute of Technology. The Founder Institute has recognized Hartman as a Global 40 mentor. A licensed attorney, he is a member of the California Bar and the Hague Institute on International Law (HIIL) Task Force on Justice.

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