New chair at VerifyMe as Norman Gardner retires

Norman Gardner has stepped down as chair of US brand protection company VerifyMe, and will be replaced by Scott Greenberg.

Gardner is the founder of Rochester, New York-based VerifyMe and also the inventor of the company's main anti-counterfeit technology, and has been chair since 2017, having previously also served as its chief executive. He is retiring for health reasons, but will be retained by the company in a consultancy capacity.

New chair Greenberg is currently chair of GP Strategies Corp (GPX) a management consultancy, engineering services and staff training company, and was previously CEO of the company for 15 years.

VerifyMe specialises in brand protection features for anti-counterfeit, authentication, serialization, and track and trace for labels, packaging and products based on covert luminescent pigment RainbowSecure, first launched in 2018.

The platform combines an invisible ink with a proprietary laser-based VerifyMe Beeper device to enable counterfeit products to be detected in the field.

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