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Philip Leung
Philip Leung
Title
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce (as President), Compaq Computer (Managing Director, East Asia), Rackable/SGI (President, APAC), Chinese Books Cyberstore (CEO), Vtech (CEO, USA), AMD (Founding Manager, Taiwan), and Fenox VC (Venture Partner).
Education Background
MBA from Harvard University
BS (Engineering) from Hong Kong University

Biography

Philip Leung is a technology executive, highly experienced in building businesses across geographic regions, particularly Western companies entering China and vice versa. He previously worked at: The Canadian Chamber of Commerce (as President), Compaq Computer (Managing Director, East Asia), Rackable/SGI (President, APAC), Chinese Books Cyberstore (CEO), Vtech (CEO, USA), AMD (Founding Manager, Taiwan), and Fenox VC (Venture Partner).

 

Philip has been active at The American Chamber of Commerce in various roles including: Governor, founding Chair of China Affairs Group, Chair of Innovation & Technology Committee, and Chair of China Business Committee. His work at AmCham is focused on fostering commerce among Hong Kong, China and the US, as well as enhancing Hong Kong's stature as an international business center. He has led numerous business delegations to the Greater Bay Area, Beijing, Shanghai, Washington, Silicon Valley and other cities.  He produced several highly successful China Conferences, as well as a China Business Briefing Program serving Chinese companies expanding globally.

 

As Founding President of AAMA's PRD Chapter, he launched AAMA in Hong Kong and other cities in China’s Greater Bay Area including Shenzhen and Zhuhai. He is a frequent speaker and a thought leader on driving social and economic progress through innovation, technology and entrepreneurship. He was an Adjunct Professor in City University of HK, and teaches occasionally in HKU and HK Polytechnic University. He holds an MBA from Harvard University, and a BS (Engineering) from Hong Kong University.  He has worked in various cities in Asia and the US, including 12 years in Silicon Valley.