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EY and Microsoft have made great strides together in Asia Pacific. I’m expecting the next few years to be even more exciting as our alliance continues to power innovation and digital transformation.

Erwin Chan

EY Asia-Pacific Alliance Business Development Leader

A seasoned business leader and strategy professional. More than 25 years of experience in key industry sectors. EY Asia-Pacific’s Alliance & Ecosystem Relationships strategist.

Erwin leads the EY Global Alliance go-to-market (GTM) strategy for the Asia Pacific Area. He works to help accelerate clients' issue-driven innovation and digital transformation through strategic partnerships with major global technology leaders and market innovators, particularly Microsoft.

His focus is defining EY alliance business development strategy, co-innovating and co-developing industry-leading solutions and services with alliance partners.

During his career, Erwin led key regional initiatives and transformed companies across Asia Pacific’s diverse geographic and corporate landscape. This resulted in his strong and extensive knowledge in GTM strategy, business development & strategic alliances, mergers & acquisitions, analytics and business operations.

He holds various corporate recognition awards for outstanding client satisfaction and sales achievement, promoting cross-department teamwork. He has been a keynote speaker at several business forums.

Erwin holds a BA from the National University of Singapore, graduating with double majors in Economics and Political Science.

How Erwin is building a better working world

“Alliance leadership is about partnering to create value from strategic alliances. I focus on defining strategy and driving go-to-market initiatives. Bringing customers, partners and EY professionals together to align around the solutions for EY clients’ business needs to solve their biggest challenges. It’s about harnessing the power of technology and domain expertise to transform businesses and change lives.”

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