CooliBlade has hired Emily Yap to deepen its business development resources. Emily will be responsible for new business development, application studies of high-power electronics, and sales channel management. She will be taking care of CooliBlade’s international operations, particularly in Europe and Asia. In addition, Emily will have a significant role in prospecting potential customers for CooliBlade’s next-generation thermal management solutions.
Emily has a strong background in international business development. She has made a long career in the banking and investment industries globally. Emily has worked in Abrdn, Franklin Templeton Investments, and Morgan Stanley companies in cities like Hong Kong, Edinburgh, Tokyo, Singapore, and Dubai.
Emily moved to Finland in 2018 and completed her master’s degree in International Business Management in 2021, and is currently pursuing her doctoral studies at the University of Jyväskylä. Her primary research topic is Blockchain and Digital Identity. In her three years in Finland, she has worked in several startups.
“I’m very passionate about technology and innovation. I truly believe that CooliBlade will be the catalyst for continued innovation in the thermal management industry. I’m convinced about the team and the spirit of CooliBlade as a startup. It has been a great experience in joining this team of talented people.”, Emily says.
Emily’s multicultural background will be valuable for a startup whose goal is to build a global business. CooliBlade’s target is to grow to become a significant player in thermal management solutions in the next two years. This sets high requirements for developing solid international business development operations.
“We’re excited to welcome Emily to the team. We’re putting a strong focus on developing our business and opening ways to create new revenue. Emily brings the much-needed international mindset to the company, and we have already been impressed by her work ethic and skills to learn the basics of new high-tech products.”, CCO Janne Suhonen comments.
Emily is eager to start conversations about your thermal management needs and applications. Don’t hesitate to contact Emily or our sales team when looking for a next-generation solution for your high-power electronics.
Emily will be sharing her first learnings of thermal management in March.
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