SunSi Energies Inc., has announced that Mr. Yifeng Song has joined the SunSi Energies team as Director of Business Development. Mr. Song’s first directives will consist of assisting with the completion of the acquisition process, directly cooperating with the Trichlorosilane (TCS) production team in China, as well as providing support to clients and investors.
Song will begin by assuming the responsibilities of initiating and sustaining the company’s growth in China, as well as leading and coordinating the company’s sales functions. Further to this, Song will be given the task of identifying new clients outside of China for the planned TCS production increase.
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Upon his appointment, Song commented, “The company is in the right space at the right time and I look forward to work with the team in China so that we can meet, if not exceed, the expected business expansion goals.”
Song has gathered international experience in the areas of strategic planning, technology strategy and enterprise transformation within both the public and private sectors. He brings to his new position a multidisciplinary background that combines both technical and business experience.
Commenting on the appointment, Michel G. Laporte, President of SunSi Energies Inc., said, “Yifeng is jumping in at a very busy time and I’m happy that he is looking forward to the exciting challenge of expanding our company.”
Song joins the team with a Batchelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia. Chinese-born and Western educated, he is a Canadian citizen, who is fluent in English, Mandarin and French.