Mr. Wong Tit-shing
Chairman of Jetta Company Limited

“... I am sure that I have brought happiness to many children and parents, and lightened up their lives for a moment or two. Perhaps these toys have inspired them to big dreams and left them with treasured memories. I know I have embarked on the right path even though it is a humble one... May all the glory and praise be to our God, our Lord, our Father in Heaven.” 
                                                                                                             – Mr. Wong Tit-shing

Mr. Wong Tit-shing is Chairman and Founder of Jetta Company Limited.  Under Mr. Wong’s leadership over the past three decades, Jetta has become one of the world’s largest and most reputable OEM manufacturers and has achieved enormous success in various markets worldwide. 

Dedicated to promoting the toy industry, Mr. Wong was the first Asian to become President of the International Council of Toy Industries and served in this role between 2004 and 2007.  He was instrumental in formulating and promoting the Council’s Code of Business Conduct that has formed the basis of unified factory audit standards, the ICTI CARE Process.  He has also served as Advisor to the General Committee of the Toys Manufacturers’ Association of Hong Kong 2012-2014 and Honorary President of the Hong Kong Toys Council since 2001.

While heavily engaged with his business, Mr. Wong is also strongly committed to philanthropic work.  In 1998, he founded the Jetta Charitable Foundation which has given financial support to the construction of about sixty schools, and provided sponsorships and donations for various educational foundations in the Chinese mainland.

Mr. Wong’s contributions also extend beyond Hong Kong to the Mainland community.  He is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the People’s Political Consultative Conference in Guangzhou, and has served as Honorary Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce of Guangzhou Foreign Investment Enterprise since 2005.

Mr. Wong has received many awards for his contributions to the toy industry, including the Outstanding Award of the Hong Kong Toy Industry in 2001 and the Industrialist of the Year Award 2011.  He was named Honorary Citizen of Guangzhou in 1993, and was presented the PolyU Outstanding Alumni Award in 2009.