H. Robert Boehringer, IIIManaging Director, Global Location and Expansion Services KPMG LLP
Robert is a well-branded and entrepreneurial Managing Director in KPMG’s Global Location and Expansion Services (GLES) practice based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has over fifteen (15) years of cross-functional experience, primarily focusing on location analysis, site selection and business incentive services, serving as a national resource and subject matter expert (SME) at KPMG. He manages a national cross-functional team executing complex projects ranging from $1 million to in excess of $1 billion in capital investment.
Geographic Areas Served: Robert primarily serves domestic based clients or foreign based investors evaluating the US for expansion. He has completed projects across the US and has supported global projects in the following geographies:
Industries or Specialties:
- Advanced Manufacturing
- Consumer Markets
- Research & Development
- Life Sciences
Areas of Expertise:
Robert develops location and site selection strategies for a broad range of corporate investments projects operating within a wide spectrum of industries. He designs incentive negotiation strategies to help clients reduce up-front and recurring project costs through tax and non-tax savings and performs comprehensive operational and cost assessments to support the due diligence of real estate, labor markets, utilities and infrastructure, and tax.
Prior to joining KPMG, Robert served as Development Specialist for the Governor’s Action Team in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and completed the Pennsylvania Management Associate Program (PMA), a post graduate fellowship designed to bring new and innovative leadership to Pennsylvania state government.
- M.P.A., University of South Carolina
- B.A., California University of Pennsylvania
Robert lives in Wayne, Pennsylvania with his wife Meredith and three incredible kids Hadley, Jackson and Hudson. He is an avid cyclist logging thousands of miles a year.
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