Intel Corporate Strategy | A BUM for Alums
May 20, 2019 @ 5:45 pm - 8:00 pm
INTEL CORPORATE STRATEGY
Orchestrating one of the most ambitious transformations in corporate America
5:45 – Meet in RNB Lobby
5:45 – 6:00pm Security Escorts to Conference Room
6:00 – 7:00pm Corporate Strategy Presentaton
7:00 – 8:00pm Reception in Intel Museum
On May 20, Bernhard Ries, Intel’s Senior Director of Corporate Strategy, will give an overview of Intel’s transformational corporate strategy. There have been many changes in leadership and product direction over the last decade — ranging from a new CEO to drones, Internet of Things, and Smart Cars. In a lively presentation and Q&A format, here’s your chance to get an inside look at Intel’s current key focus areas and growth expectations.
Mix and Mingle
A one hour networking reception will follow the presentation. Beer, wine, non-alcoholic drinks and heavy appetizers will be served. Tickets are $15 per person.
Registration Closes Early
To comply with Intel’s security requirements, a list of all visitors needs to be submitted two weeks before the event, so we will be shutting down registration on Monday, May 6. Space is also limited, so we encourage you to get your tickets early.
Presented by the Intel Alumni Network
Board of Directors
Dan Cohen, Dane Elliot, Sally Erickson, Howard Jacob, Jeep Kline, Dana Krelle, Mike Pope, Jacob Tanz and Alan Wong
Silicon Valley Chapter
Annie Lung, Jacob Tanz, Bruce Schechter, Mike Trainor, Monie TenBroeck and Ursula Herrick
Bernhard Ries is a Senior Director of strategy in Intel’s Corporate Strategy Office. He is responsible for driving and orchestrating a variety of projects focused on helping the organization make strategic choices in support of Intel’s corporate transformation initiatives. In a previous related role, Bernhard led Intel’s Market Watch program which was designed to synthesize key market trends across Intel’s business and bring them to the attention of Intel’s executive management, and established a scalable and repeatable innovation practice across the company. Bernhard originally joined Intel as a software engineer based in Munich, Germany. In his 24 years at the company he has held a variety of positions ranging across engineering, technical marketing, product and partner marketing, including serving as the Chief of Staff for Intel’s Chief Marketing Officer and directing the Intel Inside® program, Intel’s flagship co-marketing program for OEMs and system integrators.