Communicator. Innovator. Connector. Angie Lau continues to cut her path in business, investing and leadership. Angie is founder of Narramur: a cutting-edge communications firm based on narrative and technology.
Angie is an award-winning global journalist and business thought leader based in Asia’s most dynamic business hub Hong Kong, where she most recently was one of Bloomberg Television’s key anchors. Her show “First Up with Angie Lau” was the most watched morning business show in the region.
This award-winning former Bloomberg Television lead anchor, and a 20+ year veteran of journalism now advises disruptive, global companies in tech from U.S. to Asia. Angie advises for Li Ka Shing Foundation, Horizons Ventures, Driver, Antler, Lane Crawford, among other global organizations, multinationals, startups, CEOs and founders. She is also co-founder and Head of Forkast.News: a digital news network on all things blockchain and cryptocurrency.
Angie is a sought-after speaker on leadership, communications and the future of business. Her TEDx Talk “I Am Not Supposed to Be Here” was turned into a TED Ed Lesson for its global audience of 6.7 million followers. Angie has given speeches and leadership talks to groups such as Marriott International, UBS, The Women’s Foundation, Women Directorship Program HKU/ Meraki, and Pinsent Masons. She has media trained and helped framed strategic communications for high-level executives from Walmart, UBS, Li Ka Shing Foundation and others. As a moderator and emcee, Angie has helped navigate important conversations for organizations like PricewaterhouseCoopers, Credit Suisse, Bloomberg’s Most Influential Summit, GREAT and Asian Development Bank’s GMS Business Summit with heads of states from six ASEAN nations. She also shares her talents with AAJA Asia Chapter, FCC, The Women’s Foundation and other organizations where she serves as mentor and advisor.
As a leader, Angie served two terms as President of the AAJA Asia Chapter, the biggest chapter in the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) with more than 250 members across APAC. During her tenure, she raised the profile of the organization and professionalized its New.Now.Next Media Conference closing in on a decade, bringing in sponsors and corporate donors including Google, DFS, Walmart, Estee Lauder, and others. She has served as director of J Camp, the premier program for top high school students across the USA. Angie remains a senior advisor on the board of AAJA Asia and continues to mentor and contribute to the professional development of journalists and communication professionals in the APAC region. She is a valued past Correspondent Board Governor at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Hong Kong, and she serves on advisory board for JMSC at HKU. As such, she remains an influential voice among international media colleagues and peers in the APAC region and abroad.
Deeply connected in business, Angie is a director on the Executive Committee Canadian Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong — comprised of senior executives and industry experts from the Canadian and Hong Kong business communities.