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Yasier Mahayudin

Analyst - Smartphone

Yasier Mahayudin is a seasoned professional with a diverse background in business development, industry negotiation, and policy analysis. With expertise in the technology sector, specifically smartphones. Having served as a Business Development Manager at a cloud computing startup and as an Industry Negotiator at Maxis Berhad, Yasier has a successful track record in driving revenue growth, forging strategic partnerships, and securing advantageous agreements with key stakeholders. Moreover, an internship at the Prime Minister's Department further honed Yasier’s analytical skills and provided valuable insights into policy formulation and analysis, particularly within the technology sector.

With a keen ability to conduct market analysis and identify growth opportunities, Yasier brings a strategic mindset to the role of a Smartphone Analyst. Skilled in formulating and executing business development strategies, Yasier maximizes market penetration and profitability. Furthermore, with a strong understanding of policy analysis and the regulatory landscape, Yasier provides valuable insights on the impact of the smartphone industry. Yasier holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from National University of Malaysia.

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