Jon Stine



Jon Stine

Global Director, Retail Sales
Intel Corporation

Jon Stine

Jon Stine heads global sales and sales strategy for the enterprise Retail, Hospitality, and Consumer Goods industry sectors for the Intel Corporation.

Jon is a 30-plus year veteran of the retail industry, and offers a perspective borne of both executive experience in the retail industry and global leadership in technology sales and consulting to retailers.

His formative retail industry experiences – and his keen understanding of retail value creation -- came in sales and sales management within the womenswear apparel business. From 1992 to 2000, he led sales for a branded, better-priced sportswear firm that reached its consumers through North America’s leading department stores, specialty brands, catalogs, and the first e-commerce sites.

In 2000, Jon joined the Intel Corporation to create its first (and global) outreach to retailers and consumer goods firms. In the ensuing six years he initiated break-through technology innovation projects in Europe (the Metro Group Future Store) and China (The Pan-Pearl River Delta Project, which delivered the first PRC-to-US automated supply chain), and led Intel to a top-five rank on Gartner’s list of executive influencers within retail technology.

In 2006 Jon moved to Cisco Systems as a retail industry consultant in the firm’s Internet Business Solutions Group, with responsibility for selected United States and India clients. Through the next years, Jon led strategic engagements at top consumer electronics, department store, and home improvement brands in both nations, and headed Cisco’s thought leadership efforts for retail. He concluded his work at Cisco as the head of Retail Consulting, North America.

In 2014 Jon returned to Intel, assuming global responsibilities for retail, hospitality, and consumer goods enterprise industry sales and sales strategy within the newly formed Influencer Sales Group. In this role, he leads a global team of deeply-experienced industry advisors and solution architects, and business development managers ranging from Istanbul to Rio to Sydney to Shanghai. He is also responsible for Intel’s end-to-end solution development, bringing together products (and Intel partners) from all of Intel’s business units, and Intel’s thought leadership and industry messaging.

His current areas of research and engagement include the critical capabilities of the store in the digital, unified commerce age; the role of digital media and store labor in the cross-channel shopper journey; how and where retailers turn data into sustainable, competitive advantage; and, the critical business and IT capabilities that industry success will demand going forward.  He is known as an inspiring, highly informative speaker, and with regular keynote presentations at events such as the National Retail Federation Conference and Convention, the world’s premier retail industry event.

His degrees are from Indiana University and The University of Oregon.   When not traveling on business, he resides in Portland, Oregon, USA.  

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