Mr. Wang Huang
Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Wang Huang is our founder and has served as the chairman of our board of directors and our chief executive officer since our inception. Mr. Huang is a serial entrepreneur with significant experience and expertise in the technology and Internet sectors in China. Mr. Huang founded Anhui Huami in December 2013 to develop, manufacture and sell smart wearable devices. Prior to that, Mr. Huang founded Hefei Huaheng Electronic Technology Co., Ltd., a company focused on the development of tablets and tablet-based mobile apps and provision of e-magazine network services, and led the team that rolled out China’s first tablet. In 2002, Mr. Huang founded Hefei Huakai Yuanheng Information Technology Co., Ltd., a company focused on the development of embedded Linux software and hardware. In addition, Mr. Huang has served as the director, the executive director or the general manager at several other technology companies in Hefei. Mr. Huang previously was a research and development engineer at Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd., a leading global information and communications technology solutions provider, where he played an instrumental role in the development of high-speed switching and routing equipment. Mr. Huang has received many honors in the business world as well. To name a few, he was awarded “Anhui Economic Person of the Year 2015,” “Leading Talents of Strategic Emerging Industry Technology in Anhui” and “Hefei Youth Entrepreneurship.” Mr. Huang received his bachelor’s degree in applied physics from the University of Science and Technology of China in 1997. Mr. Huang is appointed as a director to our board by HHtech Holdings Limited, Haiyu Holding Limited, Fandler Holding Limited, Forest Mountain Holding Limited, Wenshui Holding Limited and Shu Hill Holdings, which we collectively refer to as the Co-Founder Entities in this annual report. Pursuant to the Memorandum and Articles, the Co-Founders Entities will be entitled to appoint three directors so long as they continue to beneficially own no less than 60% of the shares they beneficially owned as of January 12, 2018.