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Crowned by the media as "The King of Power Drills" who developed TTI from a small factory into one of the world's largest power tool companies.
Dr Roy Chung is the Co-founder and Non-Executive Director of Techtronic Industries Company Limited (TTI). He is a self-made man. Born and raised in Macau, he had to move to Hong Kong in 1960s before he finished secondary school. While humbly starting his career as a warehouse keeper, he continued his studies in evening schools. In 1985, Dr Chung, with his partner Mr Horst Pudwill, co-founded TTI which produced rechargeable power tools. Under their capable leadership, TTI started with an annual turnover of a few million Hong Kong dollars to over HK$40 billion in 2017. It is now a multi-national enterprise and one of the market leaders in power equipment which owns numerous global brands. Dr Chung has been named as “The King of Power Drills” by the media. In 2011, he retired from the executive role in TTI.
Dr Chung encourages continuing education and lifelong learning, and he holds a Doctorate Degree of Engineering from the University of Warwick, UK, and a Doctorate Degree of Business Administration from the City University of Macau. He was awarded Honorary Doctor of Business Administration by the Lingnan University, Honorary Doctor of Business Administration by the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Honorary Doctor by the University of Newcastle, Australia. He was also re-appointed as an Industrial Professor by the University of Warwick, UK, in 2015.
He was awarded the Gold Bauhinia Star (GBS) and Bronze Bauhinia Star (BBS) by the Hong Kong SAR Government in 2017 and 2011 respectively. He was also appointed as Justice of Peace in 2005 and won the Young Industrialists Awards of Hong Kong in 1997. In 2014, he was further awarded the Industrialist of the Year.
Dr Chung is highly dedicated to the advancement of industry, and he has served extensively in public and community services. He is currently the Chairman of Vocational Training Council, President of the Boys’ and Girls’ Club Association of Hong Kong, Honorary President of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries, Chairman of the Task Force on Promotion of Vocational and Professional Education and Training (VPET), Education Bureau, and the Mandatory Provident Fund Industry Schemes Committee. He is also a member of Human Resources Planning Commission, Committee on Innovation, Technology and Re-industrialisation, and Director of Nano and Advanced Materials Institute Limited. He was Executive Committee Chairman of the Outward Bound of Hong Kong, and is a Member of the Board of Directors of the Hong Kong Paediatric Foundation. He is also the Founder of Bright Future Charitable Foundation that sponsors education institutions to support education and scientific research.
Dr Chung has always been energetic. Apart from participating in the expeditions to the South Pole and North Pole and completing a few Trailwalker events in Hong Kong, he also completed the 100 km Trailwalker in Belgium in 2017. His motto is “Concentrate on your work and keep innovating. Do your best and rise to future challenges”. His road to success is a typical example of a Hong Kong entrepreneur who builds his business from the ground up, and he is a role model for Hong Kong industrialists.
All volunteer hours must be completed from 15 May to 15 October 2018.
Dinner will be held at 6:45-9pm on 22 October 2018.
Cost per person is HK$150 (Full-time students aged 25 or below)/ HK$250 (General Participants) to support the running costs of our charity and our mission to make volunteerism mainstream.
Dinner with Roy (22 Oct)
Dinner will be held at 6:45pm - 9pm on 22 Oct.