Brussels Forum Session: Allied Competitiveness: Can It Be Achieved? National vs. Allied Approaches to Competitiveness

Hendrik Bourgeois is Intel’s vice president of government affairs in Europe. He represents Intel before European governments, EU institutions, and public stakeholders on a wide variety of issues to promote the company’s growth and investment strategy in Europe. He is the former president of the American Chamber of Commerce to the EU.

Bourgeois has a long career in the private sector, including at Apple, where he led its government affairs function in Europe and focused on EU digital policy initiatives. Before that, he served for almost two decades in several senior executive positions at General Electric including as its general counsel Europe and its head of European affairs. He also worked as an attorney in private practice in Washington, DC and Brussels.

Bourgeois holds a law degree from the Rijksuniversiteit Gent in Belgium and from Harvard Law School.