The Drone Girl Interviews Drone Delivery Lead Liang Feng #drone #droneday
The Drone Girl published this interview with Liang Feng back in mid May that touches on what a normal work day looks like, customer education and more:
DG: One cool thing about the drone industry is that it draws people from all sorts of backgrounds, whether it’s manned aviation, robotics or something completely different. You have a unique background yourself
LF: I have a commercial operation & partnership background in travel tech, but what I do now is a little more complicated than just the normal B2C or B2B set up. There is so much to consider when you have the drone flight operation, from huge brands like Tesco/Samsung to local small businesses, to customers.
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