May 07, 2020

CXO Insight with Wouter Van Wersch, General Electric APAC

At the 2019 CXO Summit co-organized by Datasite and IJK Partners, we spoke with some business leaders and asked them about their expectations and growth strategies for their organizations in the Asia Pacific region. 

In this video, we interviewed Wouter Van Wersch, President and CEO of General Electric APAC. 

We asked: 

  • How is GE in Asia Pacific preparing to stay competitive as the industry and global leader in 2020, while staying true to its sustainability goals for energy and the environment?  

  • What are the top 3 sectors or industries where you see growth opportunities for GE and its partners in the region?  

  • GE has been in the region for over 100 years and present in at least 8 countries in the region – where is GE looking to next for growth? 

 

About CXO Summit

A joint initiative by Datasite and IJK Partners, CXO Summit is a satellite event of Asia Investment Conference, one of the fastest growing investor and emerging Asia focused events in the world.

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