Peng-Sang Cau Named One Of CASCON x Evoke Canada’s Tech Titans
Peng-Sang Cau, President and CEO of Transformix Engineering Inc. has been named as part of CASCON x Evoke Canada’s Tech Titans: Top 19 of 2019, presented by IBM and Plastic Havas.
The list of Top 19 winners represents an esteemed group of Canadian technology leaders from Uber, TD Bank, Interac Corp., and others who achieved significant accomplishments in their career and have instigated a positive change or made an impact on the growth and innovation of his or her company.
The Canada’s Tech Titans: Top 19 of 2019 Awards span a broad range of industries including the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors. The final selection process for Canada’s Tech Titans: Top 19 of 2019 Award Winners was completed by CASCON x Evoke’s 2019 Judging Panel consisting of senior technology executives from some of the world’s largest organizations.
Peng took the company from her basement to become one of Canada’s manufacturing success stories as an international supplier of advanced manufacturing technologies. In December 2018, Peng sold the company IP to ATS.
Peng’s many accomplishments include Toronto OWIT’s Women Exporter of the Year, inducted into the Kingston Business Hall of Fame, Kingston’s Business Woman of the Year, Queens University’s Jim Bennett Award recipient, St. Lawrence Honorary Diploma and the Kingston Chamber of Commerce Young Entrepreneur Award. Peng travelled with Prime Minister Harper on two Trade Missions to the Netherlands and China. Peng also served on a number of board and committees including as a Board of Director on the Kingston General Hospital’s Board and the Kingston Health Science Center, Center for Global Enterprise Advisory committee, Minister Bain’s Advance Manufacturing Economic Strategy Advisory Board, and Kingston Mayor Workforce Steering Committee to name a few.
Peng and her family came to Canada from Pol Pot’s Cambodia as refugees in 1980 with just the clothes on their backs and not speaking a word of English. By 1990, Peng graduated at the top of her high school class in Regina, Saskatchewan and won scholarships to Queen’s University. She graduated in 1994 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree.