HKTDC Names New Executive Director

October 8, 2014

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) announced the promotion of former deputy executive director, Margaret Fong, as its newly appointed executive director. She had replaced the recently departed Fred Lam with effect from 1st October 2014.

Fong joined the HKTDC in 2010. She has served as HKTDC’s deputy executive director since 2010, overseeing the international promotion of Hong Kong’s product and service industries and the HKTDC’s network of more than 40 offices worldwide.

Chairman of HKTDC, Jack So, said, “Since joining us, Margaret has achieved significant success in leading our efforts to promote Hong Kong as Asia’s business hub and create opportunities for Hong Kong-based companies in developed and emerging markets. She has also been instrumental in fostering closer ties with our stakeholders and the community through the use of new media.”

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