Scott White
Chief Executive Officer

Scott is an experienced serial entrepreneur, now leading his sixth technology venture as CEO of PragmatIC. He is also a Board Director at mobile visual search company Cortexica Vision Systems. Past successes include Azea Networks, which he grew from concept to eight figure sales levels before the business was acquired. He has lived and worked across the globe including Australia, Japan, Singapore, Indonesia, the US and the UK.

Richard Price
Chief Technology Officer

Richard has over 20 years experience in technology commercialisation, focusing on printed electronics and materials chemistry. As a Venture Manager at the University of Manchester Intellectual Property Ltd, he led the creation of spin-out companies, including CableSense, Arvia Technology and Nano ePrint. Previously he was a Senior Chemist at Elam-T, discovering 100 novel materials. He is co-inventor of 7 patent families.

Gordon Campbell
Chief Financial Officer

Gordon is a Deloitte qualified Chartered Accountant with over 20 years experience in Cambridge technology companies. He was involved in the NASDAQ listing of Smallworldwide plc and as CFO he led the IPO of Ubisense Group plc on AIM in 2011. He has been involved in numerous M&A deals, gaining exposure to accounting in 18 countries and funding rounds raising in excess of £100 million. Gordon was included in the Hot 20 FDs in TMT in 2012.


Ken Williamson
Chief Operating Officer

Ken has more than 35 years experience within the semiconductor and electronics manufacturing industries. He brings with him a profound knowledge across all aspects of high-tech manufacturing. Additionally, having successfully run his own engineering and management consulting business since 2008, he has a wealth of operational experience in taking new-start technology companies on to high volume manufacturing.

Alastair Hanlon
Chief Commercial Officer

Alastair is a sales and marketing executive with over 20 years’ experience working for global technology companies.  Previous roles have included leading Strategic Marketing for NASDAQ listed Amdocs and more recently leading Enterprise Sales in Europe for Carlyle Group company, Syniverse.  Alastair holds a PhD in Magnetic Resonance Imaging from the University of Cambridge.

Joao De Oliveira
SVP Business Development

Joao is an experienced commercial manager with a strong background in electronic engineering. Previously at XJTAG (part of the Cambridge Technology Group) he led business growth at over 30% annually from 2006 to 2012. Joao has held business development roles at Plastic Logic and Arm. He initiated the business that evolved into the current Secure Segment activity. He is fluent in 5 different languages.

Gillian Ewers
VP Marketing

Gillian is a very experienced marketing professional with a track record of launching new products to market in high tech businesses. She brings a wealth of knowledge of delivering strategic roadmaps, marketing materials and product life cycle management across multiple sectors including semiconductors and digital inkjet printing, at companies including Texas Instruments, Dialog, CSR and Xaar.

Catherine Ramsdale

Catherine Ramsdale
VP Device Engineering

Catherine has over 15 years experience in printed electronics R&D. At PragmatIC, she leads device engineering activity. Previously she spent 8 years at Plastic Logic helping to pioneer technologies for semiconductor devices on plastic, including successful transfer to manufacturing. Catherine holds a PhD in organic electronics from the University of Cambridge and is named inventor on 12 patents.

Neil Davies

Neil Davies
VP Process Engineering

Neil has over 30 years in process engineering and optimisation, with experience in both electronics manufacturing and optical discs. At Cambridge Display Technology (part of Sumitomo group) he managed the back-end-of-line OLED production, and previously at Plasmon Data Systems he was responsible for developing new media manufacturing processes.

Brian Cobb
VP Product and Applications

Brian has over 15 years’ experience in flexible organic electronics. Previously he spent four years in the Holst Centre supporting partners’ innovation roadmaps around flexible OLED displays and other advanced circuits electronics. He co-founded Complex Materials, a company which develops novel materials. Brian holds a PhD in Solid State Electronics from the University of Texas.