Kent Ho among global leaders

Central Station | May 15, 2018
Kent Ho Ching-tak, venture capitalist and executive director of Sing Tao News Corporation, has been named one of the 100 Young Global Leaders by the World Economic Forum.

He has been asked to join the World Economic Forum's community of 2018 Young Global Leaders, comprised of 100 of the world's most promising leaders under the age of 40. They are joining a five-year program that will challenge them to think beyond their scope of expertise and become more impactful leaders.

Ho, son of Sing Tao chairman Charles Ho Tsu-kwok, is recognized for his role in early-stage venture capital firm s28 Capital, where he is founder and chief executive.

"A global connector of ideas and entrepreneurial ventures, his company (s28 Capital) is one of the largest early-stage funds in Silicon Valley. With his broad networks in both the US and Asia, he is on a mission to bring the radical thinking that defines Silicon Valley to Asia, and to connect Asia's corporations with breakthrough technology in America," according to the World Economic Forum.

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