Transformational Technology for Global Industries
Graphene Technology Solutions (GTS) is developing commercial scale graphene production of fit for purpose graphene applications that have the potential to be disruptive in a multitude of industries. Development is being carried out jointly through a strategic partnership with the University of Adelaide and the Australian Research Council funded, Graphene Hub. GTS has the licence to three patents under application and the University of Adelaide is a substantial shareholder in GTS.
GTS aims to be a world class developer and producer of graphene and graphene enhanced additive products.
GTS is developing commercial production of various grades of fit for purpose graphene, as well as graphene applications including:
Marine & Protective Coatings
Metals Recovery from Tailings
Meet The Team
BBu (Marketing), MAICD – Chairman
Stephen is currently a Non Executive Director of American Pacific Borate and Lithium Ltd. (ASX: ABR). Previous Directorships include, Executive Chairman and a Non Executive Director of ASX listed company, Volt Resources Ltd, (ASX: VRC), Non Executive Director Magnis Energy Technologies Ltd. (ASX: MNS), IMX Resources Ltd and Australian Zircon Ltd. Cumulatively, over 20 years as a Director of ASX listed companies. Earlier experience includes various marketing roles including over 15 years with BHP. Stephen is also a Director of the charity, Count Me In.
BEc, Executive Director
Tom held the position of CEO of Ellex Medical Lasers (ASX:ELX) between 2011 and 2019. ELX develops, manufactures and sells a range of devices, mainly lasers, for the treatment of ophthalmic disease. Tom has 35 years of experience covering acquisitions, listed company equity capital markets in Australian and the USA, marketing strategy development, development and introduction of complex new products in highly regulated markets, sales management, manufacturing, people management, customer relationship management (both private business and Australian, US and other governments), financial reporting and reporting to a Board and institutional and retail shareholders.
BComm, GradDipFin – Non Executive Director
Dan has over 20 years experience in the financial markets with experience across multiple sectors including the resource, energy and industrial sectors. Dan specialises in equity capital markets and has been responsible for IPO’s, placements, reverse takeovers, underwritings, corporate negotiations and corporate advisory for companies predominantly in the resource sector
BAc, FCPA, FAICD - NED and Company Secretary
Richard is an experienced, Non Executive Director, Company Secretary and CFO with more than 20 years’ experience predominantly within the mining and agricultural sectors for both publicly listed and private companies. Richard has a Bachelor of Accounting from the University of South Australia, is a fellow of CPA Australia, and a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.He is a Non Executive Director of Titomic Limited (ASX:TTT), AusTin Mining Limited (ASX:ANW), and Unity Housing Company Limited, Company Secretary of Patron Resources Limited, Beston Global Food Company Limited (ASX:BFC), and 1414 Degrees Limited (ASX:14D), Director and Treasurer of Variety SA, and a Director and Company Secretary of numerous other private companies. Richard is the Chairman of the Audit Committee of Titomic Limited and Unity Housing Company Limited, and is the Chairman of the Remuneration & Nomination Committee of Titomic Limited. Richard has previously been CFO, Company Secretary and Non Executive Director of a number of ASX Listed Companies. He has significant experience with IPOs, and capital raising.
BSc. (Honours) - Technical Consultant
Andrew is a development chemist specialising in Heavy Duty Coatings, specifically, the development and testing of anti-corrosive coatings. Andrew has held senior regional technical management roles for AkzoNobel (world leader in coatings with brands including International, Chartek, Sikkens, Awlgrip, Devoe), in Australia, Asia and the Americas. These roles involved responsibility for product development, testing and integrity, as well as Technical Support functions. Andrew most recently has been involved in implementing major restructuring initiatives for AkzoNobel, including rationalisation of manufacturing capability in the South Asia region. He left the company in September 2018 and is currently acting as a consultant.