Jack Chuang

Senior Leadership

Jack focuses on consumer facing clients in both the retail and consumer goods sectors, covering offline and online channels.

Jack works with his clients to address strategic and growth questions: how can we capture the market? What propositions should we offer? What is our end game? How can we implement our strategy successfully?

Many of Jack's clients are interested in how to grow their business in Asia Pacific; from geographic entry to both online and offline expansion. Jack is based in Shanghai and is highly experienced in leading OC&C's Asia Pacific project. He has hands-on experience in retail operations, store expansion, online execution, and cross-border negotiations.

Education & Prior Experience

  • Cornell University
  • Stanford University
"We solve our clients problems using the best and most experienced consumer team available anywhere!"

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