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Henry Cheang joins MirrorWave and Feedback Avatars as strategic advisor

MEDIA RELEASE: 25 August 2020: The founders of MirrorWave and Feedback Avatars are delighted to announce the appointment of Henry Cheang as Strategic Advisor.

As a highly connected and respected member of the feedback data management community, with over 20+ years in the industry, Sydney-based Cheang is a serial entrepreneur who has founded, operated and successfully exited over 20+ businesses since the 1990s.

Cheang says, “I was immediately impressed with the approach and technology from MirrorWave and Feedback Avatars. Their offering is unique and takes the power of market research to a whole new level, using sophisticated AI that’s also extremely easy to use and engaging”.

Director and Co-founder of MirrorWave and Feedback Avatars, Jeannie Stewart goes on to say, “Henry immediately understood the potential power of our longitudinal system for strengthening relationships and improving experiences.  We’re delighted to have him join us as our strategic advisor.”

Director and Co-founder of MirrorWave and Feedback Avatars, Reg Price adds, “We share the vision with Henry that giving feedback should be a positive and engaging experience.  We look forward to drawing on his experience as an entrepreneur and thought leader to bring digital human Feedback Avatars to the world”.

Henry is also Executive Chairman of Potentiate, a global market research agency with a specific focus on human experience (‘HX’) – helping clients fulfil their potential by understanding their customers as real people, not just data points. He also sits on a number of other boards of Private and Listed companies.

Websites: MirrorWave, Feedback Avatars and Potentiate

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