Mr Frederick YUNG (容永笙先生)
MBA (University of British Columbia)
Bachelor of Commerce (Loyola College, Montreal Canada)

Adjunct Professor

Honorary Trainer
Hong Kong Business Angel Network
Former Head of Business Incubation Programme
Hong Kong Science and Technology Park

Department of Management

Mr Yung currently is a part-time lecturer of the MBA Programme of the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in business planning and entrepreneurial fund-raising and Honorary Trainer of the Hong Kong Business Angel Network (HKBAN). He was a Visiting Assistant Professor with the University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) Business School in the 2013/14 academic year and he carries with him more than 30 years of experience in marketing, business operation/ management, coaching of entrepreneurs in investment fundraising, nurturing start-ups, and running an incubator with over 100 start-ups. Prior to joining UNNC, he ran the Business Incubation Programme of HK Science and Technology Parks Corporation (“HKSTP”) and had incubated more than 300 technology and design start-ups and had reviewed over 1,000 business plans. Before his tenure at the HKSTP, he was the Business Services Operations Director of Xerox (HK) Ltd., and was responsible for the profit and loss of the Office Supplies Department, ten retail outlets and Macau Operations. He also led a Business Process Re-Engineering team and set-up one of Hong Kong’s first integrated call centres that handled inquiries on sales, billing and order processing in products and maintenance services. Prior to working at Xerox, he was the Regional Field Services Marketing Manager of Digital Equipment Corporation (HK) Ltd for its 11 Far Eastern countries, and had also served as a senior executive in various companies including Dodwell Business Machines and Jardine Marketing Services Ltd. Mr Yung is a Certified Programme Facilitator of Kepner-Tregoe’s Problem Solving and Decision Making course and Learning International Limited’s Professional Selling Skills course. He received his Bachelor of Commerce degree from Loyola College, Montreal Canada and his MBA from University of British Columbia, Canada.