Jury Team of the 25th IBDC



Johnson Wu has been working hard for decades in automotive industry, responsible for product developing and electric car planning after graduated from Department of Mechanical Engineering at National Chiao Tung University. Currently, he works as the general manager at CHC, aiming to lead CHC developing intelligent manufacturing, MIT E-bike system, talent cultivation, and international cooperation with his extensive experience.



Donald Yu works as the chief strategy officer at Giant Group, and responsible for strategy planning and formulating. He owns Ph.D. in Department of Business Administration, National Chengchi University, and Civil, Commercial and Economic Law School, China University of Political Science and Law. Moreover, he has worked at Wistron, Delta Group, Google, Microsoft Taiwan, etc., and is proficient in innovative issues and interdisciplinary integration.


Willie Wu currently works at Merida Industry Co., Ltd. as the Director of the R&D Department. He is specialized in bicycle design and development, and has 20 years of experience working in this field. In addition, he has been judges for a variety of bicycle related events, including TAIPEI CYCLE d&i awards and Taiwan Bicycle Industry Standard (TBIS).


Bryan Yeh is the general manager of AcerMPS (Acer Mobile Power System), which specializes in providing a one-stop development and solution to E-bike system. He graduated from National Cheng Kung University with a master’s degree in Department of Electrical Engineering, and has worked in Acer, HTC and Foxconn as related positions.


Oliver Lin has been the vice president of  Taiwan Design Research Institute since 2012. For years, he has been dedicated to planning the design strategy of Taiwan, assisting Taiwanese businesses to innovate and cultivate abilities, and promoting design brands in Taiwan, trying to improve the status and influence of Taiwan internationally.
Han Goes


Han Goes comes from the Netherlands, and works as a cycling advocate at Q square, a company that specializes in product and business development in the bicycle industry. Prior to that, he headed the Product Development Department at Giant Europe in Netherlands and Giant Inc. in Taiwan. Furthermore, he also works as a journalist for international bicycle magazines.
Mark Stocker


Mark Stocker is the Founder and Advisor at DDG, who is professional in brand strategy and global brand management. Mark has worked with clients from a wide variety of industries, including well-known brands from the cycling industry. As an avid cyclist who regularly competes in road, mountain bike and triathlon disciplines, when he’s not in the office, he can probably be found happily cycling around Taiwan.