Duncan is an experienced CEO and investor with over two decades of success launching and leading new ventures. As an entrepreneur and CEO, Duncan has co-founded, built and sold two companies (Cilk Arts, VeloBit). Previously, Duncan served as a venture capitalist at Bessemer Venture Partners and Flagship Ventures, leading investments in 16 companies that have produced 12 acquisitions and an aggregate market capitalization in excess of $1.5 billion. Early in his career, Duncan led control system research teams at Draper Laboratory. He holds two degrees from MIT and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Paul is an expert in metals and sintering. He recently was the Lead Researcher and Project Manager at Group Sadoway, leading that team in collaboration with Professor Donald R. Sadoway at MIT. Paul has successfully led research teams focused on areas such as liquid metal batteries, electrochemical studies and automotive body sheet alloys. He previously held positions at Ambri Inc., Dalhousie University, Novelis Inc., Luxfer Gas Cylinders and Interactive Toy Concepts. Paul received a PhD in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, as well as a Masters of Applied Science, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering, at Dalhousie University.
Elad holds deep experience in the development and support of industrial 2D printing systems. As R&D Chief System Engineer and Senior Program Manager at HP Indigo, he led the creation and development of the Indigo 7000 digital press platform – an innovative system that has produced over $2 billion in revenue. The Indigo 7000 was one of the largest non-government engineering projects in Israel. After delivering the Indigo 7000, Elad immigrated to the US to lead the Indigo technical service organization (50+ employees, $80M revenue). He has 7 patents, and holds a B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering from Ben-Gurion University, and an M.Sc in Electrical Engineering from Tel-Aviv University.