HKSTP Welcomes Government Appointments to the Board of Directors

Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) welcomes the HKSAR Government’s appointments to its Board of Directors, including the reappointment of Dr Sunny Chai as Chairman of the Board of Directors. Additionally, four new members are appointed and the reappointment of five serving members for a period of two years from 1 July 2024.

HKSTP expresses its profound gratitude to Dr Sunny Chai for his leadership to build a thriving innovation and technology (I&T) ecosystem, and strengthened the collaboration between the government, industry, academia, and research sectors. Under the collective efforts of the Board of Directors and the management team, the number of HKSTP’s Park companies has grown from around 600 in 2018 to 1,800 today. Dr Chai has also been wholeheartedly dedicated in various talent development initiatives, attracting more local and overseas talent to join the city’s I&T ecosystem. Furthermore, several significant infrastructure projects at HKSTP have been initiated and completed over the past few years.

At the same time, we are pleased to welcome the appointment of new Board members Ms Dilys Chau, Ms Susanna Hui, Mr Timothy Leung and The Honourable Eunice Yung, as well as the reappointment of serving members Mr Conrad Chan, Professor Stephanie Ma, Mr Daryl Ng, Dr Samson Tam, and Ms Phoebe Tse. We look forward to their continued leadership and guidance. We are also immensely grateful to the outgoing members, Mr Herbert Chia, Mr Donald Choi, Mr Dennis Ho, and The Honourable Jimmy Ng for their extensive efforts and support in advancing the development of HKSTP during their tenure.

HKSTP is confident that, under the leadership of Dr Chai and with the Board’s comprehensive experience and industry knowledge, we will remain committed to fully supporting innovation and technology enterprises. This commitment includes nurturing and attracting local and international talent, assisting businesses in accelerating the translation of research and development, leverage investors network for fundraising, and expanding into international markets. HKSTP will continue to carry out our mission of ‘Innofacturing’, contributing to the realisation of Hong Kong’s blueprint for innovation and technology development. HKSTP is steadfast engaged in achieving the HKSAR Government’s vision for new industrialisation, integrate into the national development strategy, thereby solidifying Hong Kong’s position as an international hub for innovation and technology.

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