Jeff Gray - Chairman and CEO
Jeff bring more than 30 years of business, commercial and technical experience to Gain.
During his career was a senior member of number of professional management teams, having three successful M&A's. Prior to this he was a senior manager at the time of the Cyrix IPO which fundamentally launched his sale and marketing career.
Jeff has lived and worked in Asia (Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Japan), Europe (UK, Ireland, France and Spain) and North America, having a comprehensive understanding of the business culture within each region as well as cross region business tracking and development.
Education: HND - Electromechanical Engineering from Portsmouth Polytechnic, UK.
Kirk Laney - Principle Partner KLDC Partners LP.
Kirk, served as the Chief Strategic Officer, following his service as the Interim Chief Executive Officer and Member of Management Board of ams AG, an Austrian mixed-signal chip and sensor company, from May 14, 2013 until January 2017. Kirk Laney, born 1957, began his 30-year semiconductor industry career in 1980 when he joined the Linear Products Group at Texas Instruments where he was promoted in 1993 to Operations Manager for the Optoelectronics Business Unit. Under his leadership, a core team was assembled to enable the Intelligent Opto Sensor (IOS) strategy. In 1998, under a technology license, Kirk Laney and five colleagues spun off the Optoelectronic Products Group into Texas Advanced Optoelectronic Solutions, Inc. (TAOS) which he led from a niche market provider to a worldwide leader and technology innovator of opto-sensor solutions. Kirk Laney served as CEO and President of TAOS since its foundation and headed ams’ opto-sensor and lighting business as Executive Vice President following ams’ acquisition of TAOS in 2011. Kirk Laney holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics from Midwestern State University and four patents in opto-electronic packaging. Kirk Laney is a U.S. citizen.
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