Mr Joel Domino, President
Kent Displays Inc
Apr 05, 2011.
Kent Displays Inc Presentation*
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Speaker Biography (Joel Domino)
Joel Domino is the President of Kent Displays Inc. of Kent Ohio. Kent Displays is the worldwide leader in commercialization of Reflex™ Display technology. Kent Displays has established a worldwide network of suppliers, licensees, technology partners and sales agents to manage the growth of this technology around the world. Prior to becoming President in 2003, Joel was Chief Financial Officer of Kent Displays, joining the company shortly after it's start-up as a spin off from Kent State University's Liquid Crystal Institute in 1993.
From 1982 - 1993 Joel worked for Ball Corporation of Muncie Indiana. He held various financial positions at Ball including Chief Financial Officer of Madera Glass Company, a Joint Venture Subsidiary which specialized in providing high volume glass container manufacturing for California's wine making region. His last position there was Director of Strategic Planning. Joel has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Union College in Accounting, and an MBA from California State University Fresno.
Company Profile (Kent Displays)
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Founded in 1993 as the result of a joint venture between Kent State University and Manning Ventures, Kent Displays, Inc. is a world leader in the research, development and manufacture of Reflex liquid crystal displays for unique, sustainable applications. Our revolutionary Reflex LCDs retain an image without power and offer superior optical characteristics including sunlight-readability and wide viewing angles.
Kent Display's roll to roll production lines are located at our headquarters in Kent, Ohio, U.S.A and mass produce Reflex LCDs from rolls of plastic with printed/coated conductor. Web manufactured product has been in the market since 2009 in the form of the Boogie Board™ eWriter LCD. Our unique manufacturing process allows for the flexibility, durability, and exceptional thinness of our plastic displays, combined with no power image retention and superior optical characteristics, results in a versatile, environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional paper and backlit LCDs.