Management

Strategic Public Relations Group, Chairman

Richard Tsang

Richard Tsang founded Strategic Public Relations Group (“SPRG”) in 1995. Today, SPRG is among the largest PR networks in Asia and the largest PR consultancy in Hong Kong.

Richard is heavily involved in the PR industry, as well as education and community services, holding over 50 board, committee and advisory positions in various business, religious, education and non-governmental organisations. Currently the Global Chairman of Public Relations Organisation International, Richard is the first Asian elected to the helm since the organisation was established in 1970. He is also a member of the Advisory Council on Food and Environmental Hygiene; member of the Hong Kong Council on Smoking and Health; Council Member of The Hong Kong Institute of Directors; advisor to Hong Kong Public Relations Professionals’ Association Limited; Committee Member of Federation of Hong Kong Industries – Group 18 Executive Committee; and Council Member of Hong Kong Q Mark Council. Richard’s other contributions include serving as Member of the Caring Company Scheme Steering Committee of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service; Trustee of Ocean Park Conservation Foundation Hong Kong; and Vice Chairman of The PR Trust. In China, he is the Permanent Vice Board Chairman of China Shippers’ Association of Ministry of Commerce of the People’s Republic of China, and the Vice Board Chairman of Shanghai Foreign Economic Relations & Trade Commission – Council of “World Market”.

Keen to give back to society, in late 2014 Richard set up Strategic CSR Network Limited, a non-profit-organisation dedicated to linking different parties including corporations, NGOs/charities and volunteers together to serve underprivileged communities in Hong Kong. With respect to the religious community, he is a Board Member of Hong Kong Bible Society and Treasurer of The Methodist Church, Hong Kong.

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