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JT Hsu

Partner & Managing Director

Taipei

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JT Hsu

JT Hsu leads The Boston Consulting Group’s Strategy practice in Greater China and the Taipei office. He is a core member of the firm’s Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) practice and leads BCG’s global work in semiconductors and materials.

JT has acquired extensive experience consulting along the value chain in consumer electronics, working with clients in the semiconductor, components, devices, content, and services sectors. JT works primarily with TMT clients in China, Taiwan, Japan, and Korea.

He has developed an internet of things (IoT) strategy for a leading tech client in Asia, helped another top tech client explore ways to leverage IoT strategy, and assisted a prominent Chinese smartphone manufacturer in developing and executing the channel strategy in multiple international markets.

His numerous projects include developing a five-year strategy for a semiconductor foundry and helping a leading Japanese consumer electronics company in India innovate and implement its business model. In 2014 he contributed expertise to BCG’s report Connecting Rural Markets: How Fixed Wireless Is Unlocking Digital—Everywhere. JT speaks English, Mandarin, Taiwanese, and Japanese.

Before joining BCG in 2005, JT was an IC designer at Digital Equipment Corp (Compaq), and then founded and joined several tech start-ups including Internet, network security, and network equipment ventures.

Areas of Expertise

  • Leads BCG's Strategy practice in Greater China
  • Leads BCG’s global work in semiconductors and materials subsector
  • Technology industries
  • Telecommunications
  • Consumer electronics
  • Growth, innovation, and product development

Education

  • MBA, Santa Clara University
  • MS, electrical engineering, Stanford University
  • BS, electrical engineering, National Taiwan University
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