JemJem CEO, Jay Kim's Continuously Undertaking Challenges in Introducing Revolutionary Innovative Products
Jay Kim has a compelling distant vision and stimulating openness to new ideas, which is essential to lead the next wave of innovation.
Newport Beach, CA, July 26, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Jay Kim, JemJem’s CEO, announced the launch of 360-degree camera Blurfix.com along with Diamondbell.com. With the acquisition of Chocolate.org just a year ago, and presently managing ePelican.com, Digitz.com, Kristenkim.com, and JemJem, Jay Kim is identifying the fields, where his endeavors will be able to achieve long-term growth and high profitability with its revolutionary products and exclusive technological knowhow.
"To bring transformational advancements in the technology sector, we must invest in experts that are prepared to do something what some might consider out-of-the-box approaches,” says Mr. Jay Kim. “Doing something innovative entails a risk of failures, but we have to overcome these stumbling blocks. Without risk, there is hardly significant reward, and unless we try truly unique, we may never find the solutions we seek.”
Jay Kim is soon launching 360-degree camera Blurfix.com along with Diamondbell.com. For Bluetooth earphones lovers, Diamondbell.com will prove to be a good deal, as sooner to launch iPhones will only work with Bluetooth and it will be the trend in the upcoming time. Both these products would be available on their websites as well as on Walmart.com, Amazon.com, JemJem.com, and Groupon.com
These perspectives clearly illustrate his way of thinking about the management of companies, which is now getting prevalent in the tech community and much of the business world. It centers on the idea that administrator’s role is not only to maximize the value of the shares but addressing a wide range of areas - from performance measurement to the corporate responsibilities, also falls into his accountabilities.
About Jay Kim:
Jay Kim is the CEO and President at ePelican.com, Inc., JemJem.com, Chocolate.org, Digitz.com, and Kristenkim.com. He holds visions for each of his business units - and for most of the projects he undertakes, whether it's a launch of refurbished Apple products or a new hot-chocolate recipe at Chocolate.org, visioning is quite much a part of what he and his organizations do.