A Real Renaissance Woman
Audrey Wong Chung owns a portfolio of international companies that manufacture and sell fashion and luxury goods to the mass market. Audrey also recently launched a fund that donates to charities that focus on the well-being of women and children.
Audrey's career began as a child actress. She worked with many well-known Hollywood stars, including Bill Cosby-he specifically asked her back to the Cosby Show several times. Audrey also received an art study scholarship from the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York; she would later combine her love of business with her appreciation of art and design.
An Accomplished Business Powerhouse
Audrey went on to study at Rutgers University, and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Minor in psychology. Audrey began her career at Accenture, as a management consultant. After ten years gaining management and consulting experience, Audrey launched the business portfolio in 2002. Audrey became a full-time entrepreneur and business owner in 2005. Beliza Design is now an international design and fashion company, based in Ann Arbor, with offices around the world. Complimenting her success with Beliza Design, Audrey went on to begin the AFA Fund, dedicated to promoting freedom and the overall health of women and children.
Audrey has been featured in and interviewed as an expert industry source by several local and national media outlets. Audrey recently stated "Companies that move with surety and firm resolve achieve success in a large and complete way. We all define success in our own way, what it means to us, what are true intentions." Audrey offers unique insight on the entrepreneurial process as she moved from management consulting to international jewelry and fashion design. Her wealth of knowledge in both the business world and creative realm gives her a unique level of expertise in consulting businesses and offering guidance.
Symbiotic Business Approach
"I had always wanted to marry my business experience and my art background. When I made the decision in 2000 to become an entrepreneur and designer, I continued to work in my career as I launched my first business in parallel. Combining my unique skill sets allowed my creativity to take life not only in designing, but the entire business approach spanning from marketing, process innovation, strategic planning, and so on. These experiences have not only allowed me to advance in the business world but to be able to advise others on how to conduct their businesses."
To find out more about Audrey's business process, please visit BelizaDesign.com