mer. 18 oct.|
Château d'Aïre/SWISS UMEF
Former VP of Nvidia, Apple & Intel, Ge Jun
Ge Jun Executive Director of the Board and CEO of TOJOY Shared Holding Group, Role of China's Economy in the New Global Economy
Time & Location
18 oct. 2023, 14:00 – 17:00
Château d'Aïre/SWISS UMEF, Rte d'Aïre 185, 1219 Aïre, Suisse
About the Event
The Role of China's Economy in the New Global Economy
We are thrilled to invite you to an insightful conference that will delve into the dynamic role of China's economy in shaping the new global economic landscape. As China continues to assert its influence on the world stage, understanding its economic trajectory is essential for businesses, policymakers, and anyone interested in the future of the global economy.
China's Economic Growth and Prospect:
Delve into the factors driving China's remarkable economic expansion and its implications for the world.
Emerging Opportunities in China
Gain insights into the emerging business sectors in China, including the health industry, new infrastructure, and green development etc.
Explore the history of Sino-Europe partnership, and China's evolving trade relationships with Europe.
Learn about the power of business platforms in China.
Understand the difference between China and the West in terms of business culture and philosophy, so that you are better prepared for the Chinese market.
Mr. Ge Jun, Executive Director of the Board and CEO of TOJOY Shared Holding Group
-Former Vice President of Nvidia
-Former Vice President of Apple
-Former Vice President of Intel
Ge Jun joined TOJOY on April 2, 2019, as the executive director of the Board and CEO. Since then, Jun has been leading the development strategy, operations and management, corporate and government affairs, as well as the globalization strategy of TOJOY.
Prior to TOJOY, Jun worked for several Global Fortune 500 companies including Intel, Apple and NVIDIA as their Global Vice President. During his time at those companies, he was in charge of the corporate strategy and development in the Asia Pacific region including China, various project investment worth over tens of billions of dollars, and multiple plans on the research and development, production, and marketing in China, which enhanced in-depth cooperation between these companies and the industrial chains in China.
Jun holds a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from the Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, MBA degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and LL.B. from East China University of Politics and Law. He was the executive council member of Center for China & Globalization (CCG) Advisory Council, director of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, Vice President of Shanghai Foreign Investment Association Governing Council and Executive President of Shanghai Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese Youth Committee.
Currently, Jun serves as the Vice President of the Social Work Committee of Corporate Citizenship, Honorary Vice President of the Jiangsu Overseas Exchange Association, and managing director of the Shanghai Overseas Exchange Association. From 2020 to 2021, he was granted numerous titles including "Figure of the Year in China’s Economy", "Most Influential CEO", and "Most Socially Responsible Entrepreneur".