Bryan Wang

VP & PA Country Manager - China serving CIOs

Bryan serves CIO Professionals and leads a research team that helps Forrester's Business Technology and Marketing & Strategy clients in China as well as the telecom and networking sector for the Asia Pacific region. Bryan offers strategic advice and guidance to clients in the areas of mega trends, emerging technologies, digital consumer trends, digital disruptions, and digital transformation strategies across technology management, marketing, and other business units at client organizations in the Greater China region. He also helps regional clients with their communication services and infrastructure strategies in Asia Pacific.

Bryan is a highly sought-after contributor to the media's coverage of the tech industry and regularly speaks at industry events in China and Asia.

Previous Work Experience

Bryan came to Forrester through its acquisition of Springboard Research, where he has established its China operation. Before joining Springboard, Bryan was the regional managing director for In-Stat's operations in Asia, where he was responsible for all research and consulting business. Prior to In-Stat, Bryan was a program manager for Frost & Sullivan, focusing on networking and telecom services research for the Asia Pacific region.

Education

Bryan graduated with a bachelor's degree in computing from the National University of Singapore.

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