Robert Kramer


Robert serves as a director at HBR Consulting (HBR) and is involved with the formulation, execution, and implementation of sourcing strategies for multi-commodity projects. He manages cross-functional teams responsible for all aspects of various renovation, relocation and construction projects, including RFP development and evaluation, sourcing operations, contract management and strategic category management.  Additionally, Robert manages the budgets and invoice tracking against agreements and budgets for all client real estate projects in the Americas.

Prior to joining HBR, Robert worked for White & Case LLP, responsible for sourcing and budget tacking for all Real Estate construction, renovation & relocation Projects. Robert held procurement leadership positions with Société Générale (SG), JVKG, Viacom, Citigroup, Price Waterhouse and Chemical Bank. Robert worked closely with senior management to create streamlined processes as well as provide leveraged savings opportunities across the enterprises.

Robert graduated with an MBA from Clarkson University and a bachelor’s degree in accounting from SUNY Plattsburgh. Robert is also a member of both Caucus and Procurement Leaders.

Robert wears a Hawaiian shirt every Friday, work or no work and has done so for over 30 years.

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