Seasoned entrepreneur Marvin Hung is Vice Chairman of Hung’s Group and Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Hop Hing Group Holdings Limited. He is a member of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. Born in Hong Kong, he studied in the US from the age of 14. After graduation, he embarked on an exciting entrepreneurial journey of innovation over two-and-a-half decades, which involved starting his own business in mainland China. More recently, he expanded his business interests by investing in retail-driven and technology-enabled companies, while engaging as an angel investor.
The Hung’s Group owns a listed enterprise and includes a family business that has been running for a century, with major business segments operating in provinces and cities throughout China. In particular, its edible oil-refining, processing, wholesaling and distribution businesses have clocked up more than 80 years of history in Hong Kong. The brand portfolio under its management includes Lion & Globe and Camel. The Hung’s Group, together with the Hong Kong-listed Hop Hing Group, currently owns approximately 600 directly-operated quick service restaurant (QSR) outlets in mainland China and Hong Kong under the Yoshinoya, Dairy Queen, Maria’s and Uncle Fong brands. In addition, the Hung’s Group operates food retail and wholesale businesses, and manufactures light consumer products such as toys, caps and ceramics in the Pearl River Delta and Yangtze River Delta. These products have sold well in Europe and the US.
Mr. Hung holds a Bachelor’s degree in Science majoring in Accounting from the University of Southern California in the United States of America in 1992 and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from China Europe International Business School.