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Dr. Ken Fong

Honorary Chairman (Life)
Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association (WTIA)

方健僑博士

永遠名譽主席
香港無線科技商會

Dr. Fong has extensive management experience as a business practitioner as well as an academician. As a business practitioner, he has been a serial entrepreneur and has been involved with Information and Communication Technology in various capacities for over 25  years.  He is also the Honorary Chairman of the Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association, Founding Chairman of Hong Kong Retail Technology Industry Association, Vice Chairman of The Professional Validation Centre of Hong Kong Business Sector, Advisor to Chartered Institute of Marketing (HK) and Honorary Advisor to the Hong Kong Association of Interactive Marketing.  As an academician, he is the Adjunct Professor at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. In addition he has delivered a large number of lectures on digital marketing, knowledge management, technology innovation and retail management to audiences comprising university students and business executives.

Dr. Fong graduated with a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Management and Economics from the University of Hong Kong. He further obtained two masters degrees, a Master of Business Administration in Strategic Marketing from the University of Hull, United Kingdom and a Master of Science in Information Management from the National University of Ireland, Dublin. He completed his Doctor of Business Administration from the University of South Australia. He is also a Chartered Marketer and Chartered Information Technology Professional.

Dr. Fong is also a member of several government advisory committees, including the Telecommunications Users and Consumers Advisory Committee of the Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA), the Industry Training Advisory Committee for the Information and Communications Technology Sector of the Hong Kong Qualification Framework (HKQF) and the Industry Consultative Network for the Information and Communications Technology Sector of the Employment Retraining Board (ERB).