1 of the 4 Vietnamese got on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia honoree list in 2019, Kevin Tung founded JobHopin/ikiHop.com, an enterprise SaaS startup that offers a talent intelligence and XM (Experience Management) platform powered by ChatGPT technology.
As a series-B startup, JobHopin is backed by world best Venture capital firms such as Seoul and Silicon Valley based Sema Translink, Tokyo based Mynavi Corporation, KK Fund, Edulab Capital and other high profile angel investors such as Facebook SEA executive Andy Hwang, Managing Partner of Glade Brook Capital Partner Matthew Crake, PWC Vietnam Managing Partner, executives from iCarebenefits and HSC, Vietnam’s 2nd largest investment bank CEO/Founder.
Prior to JobHopin, Kevin founded KSource Inc, a Delaware-based software development company with a network of over 180 engineers, data scientists serving Fortune 250 corporations.
In 2016, He contributed to the corporate development team at iCareBenefits, helping to grow the social impact enterprise to over US$100 million revenue with operations in 5 countries.
As a hall-of-fame graduate of the University of Arizona (Eller college of management) class of 2011 and the youngest graduate of Stanford Business School Executive Program cohort 2016, Kevin spends his spare time on charitable causes. A social enterprise he co-founded, Ivylish, supports more than 60 rural artisans and 2 orphanages in Vietnam via a partnership with non-profit Kids Without Borders.