Airbloc Hires YongChoul Han as Chief Product Officer

Lee-On
Jun 7 · 2 min read

To strengthen Airbloc’s product conceptualization, product strategy, and development capabilities, we have appointed YongChoul Han as our company’s new Chief Product Officer (CPO). YongChoul, or more affectionately known as “YC”, was formerly part of Applift, a German global advertising platform helping advertisers reach and engage prospective customers. He was also part of Korea’s YG Entertainment Management Strategy Team helping to strategize and plan for the company’s operations.

Within the organization, YC leads the entire Product Division, managing the front-end, UI, and UX departments. With the help of front-end and back-end developers, UI and UX designers, he spearheads the company’s product strategy, conceptualization, experience, design, development, and management to ensure that there is continous improvement and innovation in the company’s products. He also works hand-in-hand with the CEO to ensure that products developed are in line with market needs and business objectives.

Needless to say, as CPO, YC’s specialty lies in his ability to plan, strategize, and operationalize. With his impeccable skillsets and expertise, YC will be working together with Airbloc’s engineering and business team, focusing on overseeing Airbloc’s product strategy, design, and development to help to operationalize and bring to market a product relevant to enterprises needs. YC majored in Physics at Seoul National University, Korea.

Airbloc Protocol

A consent-based real-time personal data exchange platform, Airbloc aims return data ownership back to individuals, allow applications to collect and monetize data legitimately, and allow enterprises to exchange explicitly consented data with an auditable source of provenance.

Lee-On

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Lee-On

Chief Strategy Officer at Airbloc

Airbloc Protocol

A consent-based real-time personal data exchange platform, Airbloc aims return data ownership back to individuals, allow applications to collect and monetize data legitimately, and allow enterprises to exchange explicitly consented data with an auditable source of provenance.