ION Energy Ltd strengthens its team with the appointment of a strategic director

Wendy Li has over 18 years of experience in business and commercial development in Asia, particularly in Mongolia and China.

ION Energy Ltd has announced the appointment of Wendy Li as Director with a focus on strategic relationships across Asia.

“We are very proud and excited to welcome Wendy to the ION team. She brings significant experience in the resource sector, international trade and supply chain management,” said the CEO of ION. ION, Ali Haji, in a statement.

“Wendy’s outstanding track record of business development and building long-term partnerships in Asia, including Mongolia and China, will reinforce ION’s aggressive growth plan as we strive to play a pivotal role in Asia’s battery metal sourcing hub.

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The company said Li has more than 18 years of business and commercial development experience in Asia, including Mongolia and China, spanning brand strategy and commodity trading, supply chain management, and marketing. sourcing and asset development.

Prior to joining ION, Li served as Managing Director of International Trade for Noble Resources Ltd and Managing Director of Marketing for SouthGobi Resources Ltd (TSX: SGQ).

Meanwhile, the company said that alongside this new addition to the team, preparations are underway for a site visit to the country in April now that travel restrictions have been eased. CEO Haji will be joined by other members of our management team, including Senior Technical Advisor, Don Hains.

“The technical strength of the company and its investment strategy for 2021 ensure that our team can now embark on a capital-intensive exploration program at our flagship Baavhai Uul site. We look forward to sharing updates from the site visit next month,” ION said.

ION is committed to exploring and developing the lithium salars of Mongolia. ION’s flagship 81,000+ hectare Baavhai Uul lithium brine project represents the largest and first lithium brine exploration license award in Mongolia.

The company also holds the very promising Urgakh Naran Lithium Brine license of over 29,000 hectares in the Dorngovi province of Mongolia.

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