Founded in 1996, Logiclink, a MI corporation, is a privately held corporation with headquarters in Newport Beach, CA and offices in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Michigan and Shanghai. Our mission is to provide value added technology, services and products to the Hospitality industry. Our product line include: Business Automation Center @Hotel, Cybershell, iPad Hotel Dream Apps and Touch N Serve iPad/Mobile Apps. Logiclink’s goal is to provide the latest technology to the Hospitality Industry in mutual pursuit of superior level of guest retention, engagement and loyalty. We are committed to the latest mobile technology including the iPad/iPhone/iPod platform that shall serve as an “Easy to Use Introduction” to integrated Hotel Functions along with productivity savings and revenue generation for both valued Hotel Guests and existing Hotel Staff.
Kim Y. Kao, Founder and CEO
Mr. Kao is the founder of Logiclink inc. and has specialized in new product and business development of consumer products and services for the past 30 years. He is a seasoned senior executive with successful tenures in senior management roles at Avery Dennison, Clorox/Armor All, and Mattel Toys. During the last 18 years, he has served as CEO of Logiclink and has dual roles with several parent companies including: CAIS Internet(NASDAQ) and MPH(SoftBank).
Mr. Kao immigrated from Taiwan at the age of seven and spent his childhood in Westchester County, New York. After moving to Irvine, California, he participated in advanced programs at UC Irvine and internship at Bateman Eichler Hill Richards. During this time, he was a member of the Schwinn Paramount Cycling Team and placed in various cycling races in Southern California. At the age of 16, he was amongst the top finishers of the Pepsi 24 hour cycling marathon at 320 miles.
He received a SB and SM in Chemical Engineering Practice from MIT and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management(Executive/FEMBA). He also consulted at General Electric and Bethlehem Steel for his thesis work in Graduate School.
Mr. Kao’s executive accomplishments also include the development, introduction and the industry acceptance of the self-serve business center in the 1990s. During the last 20 years, he is the recipient of more than 10 patents, and is active in developing new consumer-based products and services.