|Barry Waxman - Founding, Managing Partner, TechASIA Management
He has demonstrated a solid track record of Team leadership and coaching, significant revenue/sales growth, developing key OEM strategic customers & partners, key early adopters and Design Wins, successful highly visible marketing campaigns, building high performance organizations, developing strategic operating plans and driving positive culture changes.
Experience includes Executive/GM/Officer & Senior Management positions with a repeatable track record in Design Win driven Sales (OEM and Channels), Marketing, Operations and Engineering responsibilities.
Barry is recognized as having developed a global geographic business expertise that includes a particularly strong knowledge of Asia (Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Australia), North America, Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Chile) and Europe.
Market segment and domain knowledge, spans Semiconductors and System Level products used in Imaging (Video and Still), Advanced Video CODEC's, DVD Players/Recorders, Set Top Boxes, Wireless and Mobile Consumer Products, Mobile Commerce, PC's/Computers, Storage and Networking, Medical/Bio, Automotive(Telematics) and Gaming Industries.
He has professionally, served on Executive Management Teams of Western Digital, Adaptec (successful IPO), Mylex (acquired by IBM), PixelMagic (acquired by Oak Technology and Zoran), Microtouch Systems (acquired by 3M) and startups, Standard MEMS, Connex Technology, Tak Imaging, as well as founding mVision Technology and TechASIA Management.
Other experience and involvement includes Director of Semiconductors at Trudeau & Trudeau, an Investment Bank, Member of the Advisory Board of JAAG, a Storage Aggregator, Founding Member of GlobalScot's Advisory Board, promoting and advising emerging Scottish company's. Barry is also a member of Launchpad Venture Group, an Angel investor in the Boston area.
His Degree was earned in Electronics and Electrical Engineering from Paisley College of Technology, King's College, London.
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