NanoInk appoints former Guidant exec to board

July 21, 2006 – NanoInk Inc. announced the appointment of Keith Brauer to the company’s board of directors. Brauer is filling the board seat vacated by Ruff Fant, who recently resigned from the board.

Most recently, Brauer served as Guidant Corporation’s vice president, finance and chief financial officer until Guidant was acquired by Boston Scientific in 2006. Additionally, while at Guidant, he was responsible for information systems, treasury and investor relations.

Prior to Guidant, Mr. Brauer spent 20 years with Eli Lilly and Company, where he held various positions, including executive director, international finance and chief accounting officer; director of corporate affairs, as well as other positions.


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