What Kelly Zong wants to rewrite is the human rules in family business. The earliest reforms were under the control of Kelly’s. Those employees who were hired have all been accepted by her father’s company. That made her depressed. Continue reading
Having studied in the United States for many years, Kelly Zong has been trained with a frank, independent and self-confident personality. She attaches great importance to rules, regimes, and talents. Kelly says, ‘An enterprise belongs to all the staff instead of the boss only. People who is full of passion shall be given space to demonstrate their talents.’
Kelly Zong (Zong Fuli), the daughter of Hangzhou Wahaha Chairman Zong Qinghou, joined the company in 2005. Unlike other entrepreneurs who only aim to develop their own business, Kelly is ambitious to promote the Chinese food industry.
Kelly Zong attaches great importance to education. She donated Fuli Food Science and Engineering College of Xi’an Jiaotong University on May 14th, 2014, aiming at cultivating elites for China and worldwide food industry. What Kelly Zong wants to rewrite is the pattern of the global food industry. She wishes to see that within 10 years, there will be a detailed and honest ingredient list on China’s food packaging, and the global food industry norms also will have to refer to Chinese standards.
Her expectation to the Food Science and Engineering College are to control the discourse power in the food industry in the future. ‘I hope we can constantly shrink the gap between China’s food and beverage industry and the abroad by cultivating high-end talents for the food industry, and supporting the research development of food discipline and security’, says Kelly, ‘I want to present a modern China better. I want to present what we post-80s should stand for’. This is Kelly’s responsibility.
Kelly Zong, the daughter of mogul Zong Qinghou, the third Chinese richest businessman who owns Chinese beverages company Wahaha which is worth 11 Billion dollars. Continue reading