Leading the Way

Our leaders come from a diverse background, but they all share the same passion and values.

 

Wonder what it is like to build a career in the apparel industry? Wonder what type of talents our leaders are looking for? Want a piece of advice from them? Or… curious of who our leaders are as a person? What keep them excited every day?

What is better than hearing from them directly?

Mr. Roger Lee, Chief Executive Officer

“We, as the world-wide industry leader, define what the apparel supply chain should be in the future” 

  • What differentiates TAL Apparel in the world of manufacturing? 

  • What is the biggest challenge you face every day and what excites you about work?

  • Many people said apparel manufacturing is a sunset industry. What do you think?

  • With a management consulting background in the United States, you seem to have a rather untypical background in this industry. Can you tell us a bit about your management style?  How do you manage such a big operation with people from such diverse background? 

  • What are the types of talents you are looking for in this industry? 

  • What is the one piece of advice you would give to young graduates? 

Mr. Christophe Degoix, Senior Vice President, Finance

“Everything is possible in TAL Apparel when you adopt a “can do” attitude and are willing to learn and develop yourself” 

  • As the executive sponsor of TAL Apparel’s MT program, can you share with us what’s the philosophy behind the program?  

  • How does TAL Apparel equip fresh graduates with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in their career? 

  • We know that your career has always been in MNCs and big brands in the past. What brought you to TAL Apparel – a Hong Kong based company and a B2B industry? 

  • Before you took up the role of Senior Vice President in Finance, we know you were leading Supply Chain Management function.  It is an interesting move at a senior level. Can you tell us a bit about TAL Apparel’s talent management philosophy?

  • What do you enjoy most about your job? 

Mr. David Chu, Senior Vice President, Sales and Merchandising

“Having been in TAL Apparel for 36 years, I am still learning from people every day” 

 

  • We know that you joined TAL Apparel as a Management Trainee and worked your way up to Senior Vice President of Sales, Merchandising and Marketing. What makes you continue to stay in the company with such enthusiasm and commitment? 

  • We all know that TAL Apparel stresses on continuous improvement a lot. What are the biggest changes and transformation you have seen at the company over your career?  

  • When you look back on 36 years with TAL Apparel, what is your most memorable moment in the company?  

  • Are there any key tips you can share with those starting out their career in TAL Apparel? 

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