Eric Gnock Fah

Co-Founder, President and COO
Klook

Eric Gnock Fah Co-Founder, President and COO
A Mauritius native, educated in the U.S., Eric is an avid explorer with a multicultural upbringing that taught him to speak seven languages. Before starting Klook in 2014, Eric worked in finance at a global investment bank in Hong Kong, traveling extensively within Asia.

As President and Chief Operating Officer of Klook, Eric spearheads the company’s global expansion and oversees the various business units. He is instrumental in establishing partnerships with key travel players such as Universal Studios, Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway (MTR), Japan National Tourism Organization, Hong Kong Tourism Board, and many more. Eric’s leadership contributed significantly to Klook’s diverse offerings and the brand’s rising popularity across all major markets in Asia. Today, Klook offers its services in 8 different languages, supporting over 30 currencies and various payment methods including AliPay and WeChat Pay.

Eric was recently featured on Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2017 List, China’s Yicai (CBN) Brilliant 20 List, and Hong Kong Tatler Generation T List 2017, and is frequently mentioned in news stories from the world’s leading media including Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, and Forbes, among others

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Executive Roundtable: New Activities in the Destination Sector

Global travel activities has the potential to be a US$170+ billion market by 2021 (source: Phocuswright), so it's no wonder that many companies want to get into the act. A select few will have what it takes to break new ground in this fragmented, manual marketplace that's just screaming for technology solutions to catapult it ahead.

Executive Roundtable: New Activities in the Destination Sector

Global travel activities has the potential to be a US$170+ billion market by 2021 (source: Phocuswright), so it's no wonder that many companies want to get into the act. A select few will have what it takes to break new ground in this fragmented, manual marketplace that's just screaming for technology solutions to catapult it ahead.