Born in China
Our business was born in China in 1997. Peter (Peiyi) Duan created Dynabond Technology to import machine equipment for the printing and packaging industry, and to start smart card manufacturing.
Creation of Dynabond Investment Consulting
Six years later, Peter and his lawyer and partner Emily (Ying) Qian created a consulting firm focused on investment and finance consulting for foreign entrants in China – Dynabond Investment Consulting.
Expansion in New Media
Dynabond Investment Consulting expanded into the areas of media and new technology with the involvement of a new CEO, Arnaud Lefevre. The company became a Sino-French joint venture. Arnaud brought his expertise from his involvement with the BOCOG for the Olympic Games in Beijing, in particular in the area of new media.
Turning Point
Frederic Mouen Makoua brought his expertise from the French nuclear industry (EDF, CEA and IRSN) and participates in the development of the firm as Chief Technological Officer. The firm became Dynabond Powertech Services and changed its core business to focus on the Chinese nuclear power market.
New partner

Nicolas Schlumberger invests in Dynabond Powertech and brings his 30 years of expertise in investment banking. The company expands its business portfolio in the area of nuclear safety expertise and became the first firm to provide support for the Chinese certification: HAF 604.
Dynabond Powertech starts its newsletter, a first of its kind, allowing hundreds of companies to read business insight in English from the Chinese market.

The US market
The commercial activities of Dynabond Powertech are represented in the USA and Europe, to focus only in the Chinese nuclear power market.
Opening the rail safety expertise service
Dynabond Powertech adopts its safety expertise in the rail business in China.
Dynatom Magazine
Launch of the media service of Dynabond Powertech – Dynatom Magazine, an electronic magazine dedicated to the Chinese nuclear power market, sent to 25,000 subscribers in 70 countries.
Dynatom in the Middle East
Liu Yang becomes the new General Manager of Dynabond Powertech. Liu Yang brought his ten years of sales experience in the nuclear power market. The management expands in the area of nuclear medicine in the Middle East, with a special focus on Saudi Arabia.
Dynatom in Switzerland

Arnaud Lefevre opens a new venture in Europe, Dynatom International, to support the clients’ portfolios and to expand into emerging countries located in the Middle East and Western Asia. Dynatom becomes the international showcase of Dynabond Powertech and targets Turkey as a manufacturing platform for the Middle East, Central Asia and Asia Minor markets.

Dynatom in Turkey

After ten years in China with significant experience in the nuclear industry, we expand in Ankara, Turkey.

Dynatom in Jordan and South Africa

We expand in Jordan and South Africa with local partners.

Dynatom creates the media NBN

A business platform that opens its market expertise to 34 sectors. The media provides information from emerging markets in Arabic, Chinese, and English.

Dynatom uses NBN for the B2B matchmaking

Dynatom uses NBN for the B2B matchmaking services in several international events and increases the visibility of its clients. NBN is created in Cyprus.

International training center with the AAEA

Dynatom initiates the project of the international training center with the Arab Atomic Energy Agency (AAEA).

Pandemic Crisis

Dynatom adjusts its prospection model from "live event" to "online meetings" and increases its prospection database by 30% in one year. NBN is relocated to Switzerland. Dynatom invests in Edelwise energy, a swiss based company focused in the electricity and telecom sectors.

Dynatom creates a Quantum Technology department

Dynatom creates a Quantum Technology department to target future cybersecurity and finance sectors' needs. The same year, Dynatom partnered with Stratek in the small modular reactor and nuclear fuel storage. In addition, Dynatom invests in Edelwise Energy, a Swiss-based company focused on the electricity and telecom sectors.