LOS ANGELES -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- T+ink, a developer and designer of patented “thinking ink” solutions, today named John C. Cushman III and Richard Ressler to the company’s board of directors. They join Kent Kresa, Northrop Grumman Corporation’s chairman emeritus, who was recently named vice chairman of the T+ink board.
“Both John and Richard are exceptional business leaders who’ve built national and global reputations for their firms,” said Gary Winnick, chairman and CEO of T+ink. “Their expertise and insights will play a valuable role in our strategy, growth, and success.”
Cushman is a co-chairman of Cushman & Wakefield, Inc., the world’s largest private commercial real estate firm. He serves on the National Executive Board of the Boy Scouts of America and is a trustee of the Urban Land Institute.
Ressler co-founded CIM Group, L.P., a global real estate and infrastructure investment firm, and Orchard First Source Asset Management, an investment advisory firm focusing on middle market debt investments. He also is founder and president of Orchard Capital Corp. which provides consulting and advisory services. Ressler serves on the board of j2 Global, Inc.
T+ink is the award-winning developer and designer of patented “thinking ink” solutions that make objects smart, interactive and secure – from print ads that change color and concert tickets that unlock bonus videos, to packaging that becomes its own point of sale for reorders and automotive keyless entry surfaces that light up when a driver approaches. The cost-cutting, revolutionary Touchcode technology, which was awarded highest gold honors by Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards, effectively digitizes printed material, creating new functionality for consumer and industrial products. T+ink is an Edison Award winner, which honors excellence in new product development and innovation, and won for both best product development and best commercialization from IDTechEx Printed Electronics Awards, which spotlight technical innovations that will be used in many products. Headquartered in Los Angeles with a mission to “T+ink” every product on the planet, T+ink has innovation and development centers in New York, New Jersey and Germany. Its partners span the world’s best-known Fortune 100 corporations. For more information about T+ink, please visit www.t-ink.com.