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John Bonini

Vice President of Client Computing Group & General Manager of Esports and Gaming


John Bonini is Vice President in the Client Computing Group and General Manager for VR, Esports and Gaming at Intel. He is responsible for driving Intel’s global technology leadership in gaming and esports, and executing Intel’s strategy to increase revenue in desktop and mobile platforms.

Before his current role, Bonini was VP/controller in Sales and Marketing Finance. In that capacity he supported Intel’s largest customer accounts in addition to regional sales and supply chain support with sales operations. He had overall responsibility for finance functions for reporting and controls, maximising revenue, optimising inventory and establishing budgets while driving efficiencies. Previously, Bonini was Senior Controller for Intel's Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group. Prior to that role, he was the Senior Controller with the Technology and Manufacturing Group and supported Intel’s wafer factories. In the beginning of his Intel career, Bonini was in factory engineering and supported wafer production, including fab start-ups, technology transfers from R&D and product ramps.

Bonini holds a bachelor’s degree in material science (1988) and a master’s in material science (1990) from the University of Illinois. In 1996, he received an executive MBA from the University of New Mexico.


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Using the unique power of sport to bring people together, the Olympism in Action Forum sees a range of global players, including Olympic Movement stakeholders, athletes, private and public sector leaders, NGO representatives, academics, artists and the media come together to talk on topical contemporary issues. Chosen because of their ability to effect change and their wide range of sometimes differing opinions, the speakers will lead lively debates and seek to challenge received wisdom to inspire new ways of thinking.

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