Creative Media Entrepreneur and Digital Content Pioneer
Margot Ling founded TCP Growth Ltd in 2016 to catalyze international media communications & multinational remote collaborations through consultation, workshops and webinars, to empower her clients to achieve greater success and communicate effectively. She is a strong believer in human-centric communications to bring influence in the ever-evolving digital world. Over the past 25 years, Margot created and pioneered cross-media content initiatives for well-known media & tech names. Among all, the most notable accomplishments include the 1st ever surround sound adoption for the China TV industry – The Voice of China for Dolby Laboratories, as well as the 1st ever international social media livestream from China state-owned media XinHua News for the 2016 Rio Olympics on Twitter. She was also the Founder of the former social media start-up EATIZEN.net (2010) and C0-Founder of Shanghai-based Le Fun Entertainment for Cross-Media Interactive Games (2006).
Advocacy in Authenticity in Media Training and Communications Coaching
Margot is a multilingual ICF certified executive coach who is passionate about helping others to grow and perform through her advocacy in Authentic Communications, Growth Mindset and Cultural Intelligence. Among her most prominent clients are tech start-up founders, international tech corporations, public organizations and the consumer sector. Margot has been a media trainer and guest speaker in public institutions and universities in Hong Kong and global digital platforms. She also trained a wide range of content providers in Asia, including China state-owned media, international media and private technology companies. Her cross-cultural awareness, practical insights and engaging coaching-based training approach are well received by multinational participants in APAC & Europe. Margot’s international media & cross-cultural communication workshops have consistently been rated 90%+ with excellence by her participants since 2019. Margot speaks English, Cantonese and Mandarin.