Evans S.W. Tu Garners 4th Consecutive Selection to Taiwan's Top 10 CEOs by "Harvard Business Review"


The Harvard Business Review announced the Taiwan Top 100 Best-Performing CEOs in which Evans S.W. Tu, President of SYNNEX Technology International Corp (TWSE:2347) received a fourth consecutive nomination among the top 10 best-performing CEOs in Taiwan; he also ranked 2nd in the indicator "total rate of shareholder return" with 1,470% rate of return during his tenure.


Since 2016, the global traditional Chinese edition of Harvard Business Review has announced a list of Taiwan's top 100 business leaders every 2 years. This year's latest 2022 ranking evaluated the 4 indicators and major aspects such as "amount of market value growth", "total rate of shareholder return", "average quarterly earnings per share (EPS)", and "ESG performance" within their tenures. The ranking highlights business leaders with exceptional achievements in both operating performance and promoting enterprise sustainable development.


Evans S.W. Tu founded SYNNEX in 1988. In the company's 34th year, Evans S.W. Tu's leadership has allowed SYNNEX to expand operation channels abroad to 51 countries and regions, firmly establishing SYNNEX as the leader of information, communication and semiconductor distributor in the Asia Pacific region. In 2021, the company's consolidated revenue reached NT $408.8 billion with profit of NT $17.3 billion. In addition to exceptional business performance, SYNNEX has based the group's implementation of ESG goals on "Sustainable SYNNEX, Cherish the Earth". The construction of a "Management Service Platform (MSP)" in recent years initiated digital optimizations internally and gradually expanded to the supply chain, financial services, logistics suppliers, and more to link information throughout the ecosystem. This provided a customized app for several hundred vendors, customers, and partners to enhance the efficiency of collaboration throughout the supply chain and also greatly decrease the carbon emission generated from their activities. Digital optimizations will continue in the future as the company strives to become a benchmark for low-carbon operations.