Doing Business With Conjunct
Conjunct has a very simple and yet flexible way of doing business and can contract with a customer in a few ways:
Selling product directly to a customer using Conjunct's own supply chain which is European based.
Selling unpopulated carriers (in wafer form) to the customer's supply chain (or CM) for assembly and test.
Agreeing a licence agreement under which the manufacturing and process information is transferred to the customer.
It is a simple choice.
Board of Directors
Geoffrey Thomson, Chairman: Having run VC backed companies in the 80's and worked as a company doctor in the early 90's, Geoffrey, was one of the founders of Braveheart Investment Group plc, where he was CEO for 18 years. Braveheart started life as one of the first Scottish angel investment syndicates and grew into an AIM listed venture capital company with over £125m FUM and 130 portfolio companies. Having stepped back from Braveheart late in 2015, Geoffrey now sits on the Board of various companies and has a number of pro-bono appointments.
Ken Allstaff, Sales Director: Ken spent many years in senior positions in the microwave and space industries before appointments as CEO of Trak Communications, based in Tampa, USA and as COO of Mitec Telecommunications, based in Montreal, Canada, both companies significant global players.
Keith Symington, CTO: Dr Symington is a computer and optoelectronic systems professional with a particular interest in the research, development and commercialisation of new technologies. He founded Conjunct in 2004 to productise technology from Heriot-Watt University. Keith has been the innovative technical drive behind the concept and development of Conjunct’s Fibre-Lyte. He has 18 years of experience in the field of optical interconnection in which he received his PhD. His work focusses on the integration of optoelectronic components and identifying the areas in which they could be applied to advance existing electronic technologies.
George Robertson, CFO: George is a Chartered Global Management Accountant and spent 20 years as Financial Director of Albacom , a Dundee based supplier of high power microwave amplifiers. George sits on the Board of Dundee & Angus College and is engaged in several other areas of financial consultancy work.