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Wei Huang
General Manager of Strategic Partnership & Ecosystem,Ping An Technology

Wei Huang, currently holds the position of General Manager of Strategic Partner & Ecosystems at Ping An Technology (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ping An Insurance Group. Wei Huang is responsible for bring many high profile strategic partners to Ping An Cloud, as well as building Ping An Cloud’s ecosystem through Ping An Cloud Accelerator.

Previously, Wei was the General Manager of Shanghai E-Home Entertainment Development Company Ltd. (a JV between Microsoft and BesTV, the first registered entity in Shanghai Free-Trade Zone with $79million registered capital), and was responsible for bring many high-quality Xbox One gaming experience to Chinese players and, building Xbox One developer ecosystem. Wei  also held the role of Director of Technology Evangelism with Microsoft China Developer Platform and Evangelism (DPE). During his tenure, Wei led his team established the world first Microsoft Game Lab in Shanghai.

He started his career with Electronic Arts, joining EA back in 1998 in EA Asia-Pac HQ in Australia. In 2003 Wei returned to Shanghai to establish EA China. Later on he served as Vice President at Shanda Interactive Entertainment, responsible for MMO titles such as Company of Heroes Online, DJ Max and SuperStar, Wei was also overseeing Shanda’s Game Design & Testing Center.

After that, Wei joined Shanghai Ferry Technology a China local private online game publisher, developer, as well as a prepaid card distributor and reseller for their own games, where he had full P&L responsibility of the 250 people company.

Wei, being an entrepreneur, has also founded several start-up companies in China and Australia, including a Shanda spin-off In-Game Media, T-Rex Games Studio, and an IT consulting company in Australia.

Wei grew up in Nanjing and went to Australia in 1990. Wei received a master degree in Technology Management from Griffith University Australia.