MENTORS





Industry Expert

Entrepreneur

Venture Capitalist / Angel Investor

Professional Advisory Consultant


Mr. Ping Fung WONG

Chairman, Hong Kong HealthTech Innovation Center

Chairman/Hong Kong Association of China Business

Biotechnology & Healthcare, Information & Communication Technology
Human Resources, Software Development & IT, Funding and Pitching, Finance, Tax & Legal, Sales, Marketing & Public Relations, Prototyping & Product Development
Mr. Ping WONG, graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in the United States with a Master Degree of Public and International Affair, was formerly the Market Officer of the Southeast Asia Desk and later the Deputy Director at the Beijing Office of the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). Ping has worked for different departments of the United Nations at its New York Headquarters as an international intern. Ping has been working in the Chinese Mainland for more than 25 years as entrepreneur and senior executives in different positions for joint ventures and a listed company in areas like IT/Internet, Telecom, manufacturing and business services. He was once the COO of China InfoHighway (瀛海威), the first Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the Chinese Mainland, leading its business re-engineering, corporate restructuring and re-branding. Ping started his first business in Beijing as a young entrepreneur back in 1993. He has found one of the first few biggest business centers in Beijing in 1994, running his other businesses in areas like publishing, advertising, manufacturing and consultancy. He is now in the business of corporate financing, investment, project development, management consulting in China business, particularly related to innovation and technology as well as Healthcare services . Ping is currently Chairman of the Hong Kong Association of China Business, Chairman of the Hong Kong HealthTech Innovation Center, Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong Association of Biotechnology in Chinese Medicine. He is also a Board Member and Chairman of Greater China Affairs Committee of eHealth Consortium, serving also as Advisor for the Center for Chinese Medicine R&D at the HKUST. He is making active effort to establish a cross-border platform to bring HK’s technologies to the Mainland market while integrating financial and technology resources in the Greater Bay Area and Belt & Road countries in different areas.