Guy Demuynck, president of the supervisory board, is also a member of the supervisory boards of TomTom, Belgacom, Apollo Vredestein and Xsens. He was CEO of Liquavista until its acquisition by Samsung in December 2010. Earlier Guy held various management positions within Royal Philips Electronics NV from 1976 till 2002. In 2000, he became CEO of the product division Consumer Electronics in Amsterdam and member of the Group Management Committee of Philips. In 2003 Guy joined Royal KPN where he became a member of the Board of Management and CEO of the Mobile Division. Until July 2008 he was CEO of Kroymans Corporation BV in the Netherlands. Guy holds a Master´s degree in applied economics from the University of Antwerp (UFSIA) and a Master´s degree in marketing from the University of Ghent (R.U.G).
Robert Jan has joined Inkef in October 2013 as a Managing Director. Robert Jan was from 2008 active as Senior Vice President of Electrolux Major Appliances responsible for all EMEA R&D, Marketing, Brand Management, Product Management and Design. Before that he was CEO of Philips Lifestyle Incubator, managing the Corporate Venture Capital team and part of the leadership team of Philips Corporate Technologies. Prior to that he had roles in private equity firm NeSBIC and acted as Operations Partner for portfolio companies like Oxxio and Canalweb. He has a Masters in Business Economics from the Erasmus University Rotterdam and an Executive MBA from Duke University, North Carolina. Robert Jan was member of the Supervisory Board of Oxxio and several other companies. Furthermore, under his leadership at Philips, the startup Shapeways emerged.
Herman Vos, supervisory board member, is an independent Start-up CFO providing strategic financial advice to technology startups as (interim) CFO or (advisory) board member. Most recently, he successfully closed a USD 10 million Series D funding round as CFO of i-Optics, a medical technology start-up. Previously, Herman was CFO of a display technology venture, Liquavista, where he played an important role in the preparation and execution of the successful sale of Liquavista to Samsung Electronics. Herman started his career at ABN AMRO Bank (later RBS) where he held several positions in the investment banking division for a total period of over ten years. He advised many corporate and SME clients in a variety of sectors on strategic and financial issues, including mergers & acquisitions and capital market transactions. Herman holds an MSc in mechanical engineering from Delft University of Technology.