S. L. LI 李紹倫

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图片 1Mr. S. L. Li 

Member of Centre of Business and Marketing (CBM)

 

Business Administration in marketing and information systems, University of Hong Kong

Email: shaolun@connect.hku.hk


BIOGRAPHY

Mr Shaolun LI is the business analyst. He is an undergraduate student at the University of Hong Kong (HKU), currently pursuing Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing and information systems. Mr Li has outstanding academic performance and is awarded HKU Foundation Scholarship, HKSAR Government Fund Scholarship, Lee Shau-Kee Enrichment Scholarship. He is listed in HKU Faculty of Business and Economics Dean’s Honours List, and he is admitted as lifetime member of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS). Mr Li is now on exchange at McGill University, Canada, he also went to exchange in Yonsei University, Korea beforehand.

Mr Li has demonstrated strong interests in business and TMT fields. He used to be an industry analyst at Ether Capital with focus on start-up evaluation and industry analysis in TMT related fields. He also worked as research assistant at the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), conducted data research, consumer analysis, and competition analysis in a China e-commerce report project. Before this, he was an accounting intern at business group, Tricor Services Limited, conducting daily book keeping, financial report drafting services for client companies. Mr Li also participated in Oliver Wyman Impact Case Competition as team captain, designed potential business model and growth strategies for Hong Kong local blockchain companies. His team was finalisted as top 8 in Hong Kong.

Mr Li actively take part in various activities, committed to help with facilitating inter-culture communication among students with different backgrounds. Mr Li is vice president of external affairs of Strait Talk Hong Kong, mainly in charge of guest connection, public relationship management as well as funding issues with several foundations. Apart from this, he acted as volunteer in HKU BTP voluntary group to promote care for teenagers with ethnic minority background in Hong Kong. He also joined AIESEC in 2016 as an international voluntary English teacher and went to Phnom Penh, Cambodia to provide everyday teaching together with local schools and teaching staff.