About Us
Stan Group, a highly diversified group, many of its core businesses are rooted in Hong Kong. Our company operates through consumer-centric business units focused on property sales and leasing, hotels & F&B operations, telecommunications & advertising, finance and social innovation business platforms with 5 business pillars:
Property
Hospitality
Communication Services
Financial Services
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Our Business Strategy:
A shared value creation model
Backed by the expertise of the Tang Shing-bor’s family business, Stan Group’s passion for seizing opportunities, and our team’s extensive expertise at the intersection of real estate investment, asset management and business operations, allows us to capitalise on continued flow of asset enhancement, asset optimisation or asset repositioning.

Stan Group’s core business platform provides high-quality products, services and solutions that meet changing market needs. To achieve this, we draw on all of our resources, experience and talent. We also rely on a shared value model that allows companies to realise innovation and growth potential by treating social problems as business objectives, maximising our competitive advantage while creating value for society.
Active Investor
Asset Manager
Asset Operator
Forward Looking
Organisation
Value creation model
KEY CORPORATE FIGURES:
 
EMPLOYEES
1500+
BRANDS
30+
PILLARS
5
Confucianism and Stan Group
EMPOWERED BY STAN TANG
From the inside out: developing our people and culture with Confucian leadership
Our beliefs and behaviour influence the way Stan Group’s businesses grow within the context of social inclusion, instilling a value creation process that touches our people, our culture and our strategies. Underpinning this is our trust in Confucian leadership, which values the cultivation of character. A chief concern of those holding positions of authority, cultivating character requires gaining wisdom to progress and enrich one’s leadership potential. Succeeding in this area requires a leader to demand much of him or herself and consistently seek self-improvement to ensure harmony, respect, cooperation and trust thrive within a group.