FlexeGRAPH is pleased to announce that we have expanded our core team with some new additions in key areas. Shad Hallam has agreed to take on the role of group CEO. Shad has a wealth of experience in general and financial management, most recently as the CFO for DHL Express AB in Sweden. He will also drive the recently established Swedish subsidiary with a focus on operations and fundraising. Shad said “I am really excited to be part of the FlexeGRAPH story. The nanofluid coolant technology developed in Australia has the potential to set a new standard in heat transfer in many varied applications. Our go to market strategy is focused on cooling batteries in electric vehicles and energy storage installations, however we also see the potential for FlexeGRAPH’s nanofluid technology enhancing cooling of high performance computing including data centres and also geothermal heating. Establishing closer links to the European market through our new subsidiary will benefit FlexeGRAPH enormously.”
In addition to the new CEO, Marc Priestley has joined FlexeGRAPH in an advisory role for automotive and motorsport applications. Marc was on the engineering team with McLaren Formula 1 before moving into the media with SkySports. Aside from his breadth of expertise in Formula 1, Marc is also heavily involved with Formula E, an important avenue for advanced coolant technology in electric powertrains.
Rounding out the team, Michael Holland has been elected as a board member for FlexeGRAPH AB. Michael has had a distinguished career as an entrepreneur, investor and company builder in advanced technology and IT. His corporate governance experience is highly valued and currently serves as the Chair of Hy5 in Norway.
Shannon Notley, the founder of FlexeGRAPH will now take on the CTO role driving the products and technology forward. Shannon said “I am so very pleased to welcome Shad, Marc and Michael to these key positions within FlexeGRAPH. Each bring complementary expertise and experience and will allow us to rapidly progress our strategy for heat transfer nanofluids.”