The 28th Japan OLED Forum will be held at Odaiba, Tokyo International Exchange Plaza Heisei, 3rd floor of the “International Conference Hall” on Thursday – Friday, June 13-14, 2019.
Kyulux will exhibit TADF / Hyperfluorescence panels at its corporate booths. We look forward to seeing you there!
During the event, Kyulux’s CEO, Junji Adachi, will give a lecture titled “HyperfluorescenceTM; a Game Changing Technology of OLED Display” on Thursday (June 13th) 11:00 to 11:30 a.m.
Kyulux is very proud of its HF TADF technology that will enable efficient, cost-effective and durable OLEDs. Our greatest asset, however, is our employees, because a company is only as good as the people it’s made up of.
From time to time, this blog will give the stage to the bright and competent people who make Kyulux what it is. Meet Mr. Sang Yeop Yeo, the new Chief Business Development Officer of Kyulux, who joined Kyulux this May at the Fukuoka office.
The Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards Program announced five Japanese startup companies to be featured in the 2019 Innovation Showcase (now in its ninth year) that will take place on July 26th at Stanford University. The Innovation Showcase recognizes young and rapidly growing companies that develop exciting technologies and have the potential for major worldwide impact.
Kyulux was one of the five chosen companies, and Kyulux’s CEO Junji Adachi and CFO Akira Minakuchi will represent Kyulux in the event and share the story of Kyulux’s innovation and recent progress. The other four companies are Atonarp (molecular camera), Cinnamon (AI), Triple W (connected health devices) and Valuenex (AI and predictive analytics).
Kyulux is proud to announce that it has finalized its Series B funding round, in which it raised ¥3.5 billion (around $31.8 million USD). In 2016, Kyulux raised ¥1.5 billion from several companies and VCs, that also participated in the Series A round – in addition to Silicon Valley based WRVI capital. Nicholas E. Brathwaite, the founding Managing Partner of WRVI capital has joined the board of Kyulux as an outside director.
Kyulux will use the funds to further accelerate product development and strengthen its intellectual property, business development and organizational structure of the company. Kyulux will also update its governance system to match its global business development goals.
The premier display industry event, SID DisplayWeek, took place last week in San Jose, California. As in previous years, Kyulux had a booth which drew many visitors. Visitors were impressed with Kyulux’s blue material development and the potential for mass production readiness soon. At our booth, we exhibited our Hyperfluorescence™ technology and will also showed Wisechip’s yellow HF PMOLED panel.
Many future-technology teams from large companies visited our booth and it was great to see the industry’s expert learning about Hyperfluorescence and TADF and this again emphasized the great need for a stable and efficient blue OLED emitter.