The new head of Tom.com says the company will stick to its business strategy despite a management reshuffle. Tom.com, the hottest Growth Enterprise Market (GEM) listing this year, is the first GEM firm to undertake a management reshuffle, which took place less than five months after flotation. Sing Wang, the 36-year-old ex-Goldman Sachs banker who took over the helm from Carl Chang, said there were no changes to the business plan after key personnel changes. Mr Wang did not say if there would be further management changes - after the chief executive and chief operating officer left within a month of each other - saying only the company had a great team and was always on the lookout for quality people. 'We are not the first mover, but we want to be the best.' In his first meeting with the media, he said the company's ambition and vision remained the same - 'to become a profitable, large-scale, good quality and blue-chip class listed company'. The mainland market would continue to be the focus of development, he said. 'Chinese content is not too much, it's not enough, we don't have enough Chinese content.' Mr Wang, who is also chairman of mainland-based portal 163.net, said he would continue to hold the executive position after joining Tom.com. He said he would not rule out the possibility the two companies could co-operate in the future. Meanwhile, he refused to say how many stock options he received and how Mr Chang would handle his options, saying they were personal matters.