Printed Electronics is Diversified (Printed Electronics USA 2005)

Mr Geva Barash, CEO
Parelec Inc, United States
Dec 08, 2005.


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Presentation Summary

  • Printed electronics is diversified
  • What are the main applications?
  • How do people print with conductive inks?
  • Where is the future for Printing in the Electronics market?

Speaker Bio

Geva Barash, is serving as the CEO of Parelec as of April 2005. During this time sales and production at Parelec have increased dramatically and production of the conductive inks today equals over 20 millions antennas a month while increasing the customer base by ten folds.
Geva Barash, served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Nur America Inc. between the years 1998 - 2000 and 2003- 2005. The duties included overseeing sales and marketing activities in North and Latin America for machines and consumables. Through his experience and insight, Mr. Barash increased sales by over 400% at NUR, thereby contributing to the company's 800% increase in stock during this time period.
The company revenues increased to $55M annually during my tenure
Geva Barash, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing for i-Ray Technologies, Inc., CEO for i-ray US.
Mr. Barash also served as Sales Director for Idanit USA, Inc. During his tenure, he was responsible for all sales in North and Latin America

Company Profile

Parelec develops, manufactures and markets Parmod® VLT conductive inks and pastes. Parmod® inks differ from other conductive inks in that their patented chemistry uses silver or other metals more efficiently to provide for 3-5 times greater conductivity and lower cost. Parmod® silver inks are applied by screen, rotary-screen or gravure printing processes on paper or polyester substrates to provide low cost RFID antenna with read distance equivalent to traditional etched antenna.