Mr Andrew Ferber, Co-Chairman
Dec 05, 2012.
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Speaker Biography (Andrew Ferber)
Mr. Ferber is co-founder and serves as Co-Chairman of T-INK. The company's technology roots began with the founding of Colortronics along with Terry Kaiserman T-INK's CTO. Mr. Ferber developed the first pioneering patents which became the foundation for the establishment of T-INK. Mr. Ferber and Mr. Kaiserman established a joint venture with industrial and materials giant Engelhard Corporation called Engelhard-Colortronics. This joint venture was established to marry the various patented applications for conductive materials with the development of a series of new conductors which incorporated color, washability and design into a range of varied products. Mr. Ferber led the successful buyout of Engelhard's interests in the venture and soon thereafter co-founded T-Ink along with Mr. Kaiserman and Anthony and John Gentile. T-INK continued to develop a range of products that has now spanned into a multitude of industries. Whereas the company's beginnings were in toys, promotional and novelty apparel applications T-INK is now launching products in the Construction, Consumer Electronics, Medical, Military, POP, Packaging, Security, Textiles and Transportation sectors. The management of T-INK has continued to work to establish a global footprint for T-INK's game changing patented technology.
Company Profile (T-Ink)
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T+ink's patented "thinking ink" applications provide seamless and disruptive solutions to products and designs making objects smart, interactive and secure.
T+ink's mission is to disrupt markets with cost-cutting, digital print applications and build new experiences for our partners and their products.
T+Ink isn't a manufacturer; it's a licensing organization. By partnering with global brands to bring our products to market, our goal is nothing less than to "T+ink" every product on the planet and to become the dominant force in the Internet of things.