After being transferred to the company’s CPUO, Jia Yueting will be responsible for the overall implementation of the Internet ecosystem strategy, leadership intelligence, product definition, user acquisition, user experience and user operations.
Editor’s note: This article is from “Tencent Technology “First Line” column.
September 3 (US time), Faraday Future (hereinafter FF), a global shared intelligent travel eco-company based in California, officially announced the appointment of Dr. Carsten Breitfeld as CEO.
At the same time, FF founder Jia Yueting will resign as the former CEO and become the CPUO (Chief Product & User Officer). The industry believes that BiFukang’s experience in the automotive and electric vehicle fields, as well as Jia Yueting’s vision and experience in the Internet, consumer electronics, A.I. and user operations, will enable FF to achieve strong alliances and complementary advantages to ensure the company’s long-term strategic development.
It is understood that Bi Fukang is a world-famous electric vehicle expert. He worked in BMW for 20 years and built the subversive i8 luxury plug-in electric vehicle. He is the father of BMW i8.
In addition, Bi Fukang is also a rare industry player who has not only worked in international brands, but also created a global elite of electric vehicle brands. After serving as the global CEO of FF, he will fully lead the company’s core team to achieve strategic goals, continue to build industry-leading technologies and products, and focus on promoting ongoing financing activities.
Bi Fukang joined FF as the company’s global CEO, and Jia Yueting resigned as the company’s former global CEO. The transfer of the company’s CPUO position also means that FF officially opened the company’s top management structure. It is understood that after Jia Yueting was transferred to the company’s CPUO, he will be responsible for the overall implementation of the Internet ecosystem strategy, leadership intelligence, product definition, user acquisition, user experience and user operations.