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!"
Love & money: a deep dive into Alibaba’s Hema
The omnichannel buzz word has been omnipresent in most retailers’ vocabulary in recent years. A majority of them are painstakingly trying to integrate multiple online and offline touchpoints from discovery to purchase and services into a seamless and convenient journey for the customer
Engagement has been the watchword of forward thinking marketeers when it comes to promoting a brand through social media
Unmasking the secrets of Chinese beauty
A peek into China’s skincare consumption trends and winning tips to thrive in the world’s largest skincare market
Taking a serious look at fun
People in China’s growing middle class are working longer and harder, and so they are placing greater emphasis on leisure as well as spending more time on leisure activities
Bits & bytes
The Chinese fast moving consumer goods online market is worth more than $25.3bn today, far surpassing any other country in the world
Dress for success
China is now the world's largest apparel market. Despite the slowdown of the economy, apparel retail in China remains one of the fastest-growing markets in the world
Serving up a winner
China is home to almost 1.4 billion people, close to 8 million foodservice POS and dozens of unique local cuisines
The new normal
For much of the past decade, China has offered retailers and consumer goods companies opportunities for unbridled growth and long term potential
In need of fresh ideas
China's largest food retailers (supermarkets and hypermarkets) have suffered a torrid 18 months and will need to transform their offering in order to recover from declining growth