Mrs EJ Shin, Marketing & New Business Development
USA 2019 _ Jenax _ Presentation*
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Product designers and engineers in printed electronics, sensors, wearables, IoT, and smart vehicles all desire to make innovative and impactful products. However, they have been constrained by the power source, until now. Our flexible batteries hold the key to powering a future where design is no longer sacrificed for utility. Innovators can now embed the 100% customized power solutions into their products. Find out how to free your product team from power source limitations and how your products can become smart products.
Speaker Biography (EJ Shin)
EJ Shin is the head of the strategic planning team at Jenax Inc., a company that provides the next generation of flexible and fast charging rechargeable battery cell that can be bent and rolled to any directions. She has been with Jenax since the company initiated its battery development and led a successful launch of its flexible battery in the US as well as Japan in 2015. In her role, she helps device companies to have the customized cutting-edge battery solution for their innovative products. Her previous work experiences include communication consulting at Fleishman Hillard and G20 Summit in Korea. EJ holds an MBA from Yonsei University, South Korea, and a B.A. in International Relations from Tufts University, U.S.
Company Profile (Jenax)
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Established in 1991 in South Korea, Jenax is a manufacturer of flexible and fast charging lithium-ion battery. Its innovative power supply solution, J.Flex, brought a remarkable advancement in the battery industry by introducing true flexibility with high performance. Partnering with customers to realize their passion and innovative design into game-changing products, Jenax provides completely customized battery solution with different sizes and shapes with a great degree of safety. Its broad applications include IoT, wearable, sensors, printed electronics, and many more.