Global Apple Vicepresident (2014-2017). CEO of ToJoy Shared Holding Group
Before joining ToJoy Shared Holding Group, Mr. Ge Jun was the Global Vice President of NVIDIA, the leading AI Computing technology provider, where he saw to the company’s market policies, strategies and relevant cooperation in China and other parts of the Asia-Pacific region.
As a speaker, Ge Jun details his experience implementing technological solutions in global businesses, while providing key ideas for business strategy and business with China.
From mid-2014 to late-2017, Jun served as the Global Vice President of Apple. There, he was mainly responsible for the company’s development strategy, corporate and government affairs, policy and regulation research, corporate investment, cooperation with related parties and corporate social responsibility in the Greater China Region (including Hong Kong and Macau).
Between 1996 and 2014, Jun served as Corporate Counsel, Associate General Counsel, Vice President of Intel Corp, Managing Director of Intel China. He played a vital role in building up Intel’s presence in China, landing Intel’s multi-billion dollar projects in major cities, setting up the related operating structure and policy framework, and supporting key trade negotiations, investment and competition strategy, etc.
Jun holds a Juris Doctor (JD) degree from Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College. He received his MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and LL.B. from East China University of Politics and Law. Jun was honored as an "Outstanding and Distinguished Graduate" by both East China University of Politics and Law and Northwestern School of Law, Lewis and Clark College, and twice as “China’s Most Active Entrepreneurs in Supporting Social Responsibility” by China Committee of Corporate Citizens of China Association of Social Workers.
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