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Foster Chamberlain employees are proven entrepreneurs and business strategists, capable of providing leadership and focus to a new business.

John F. Ulrich

A founder and Managing Director of Foster Chamberlain, John is currently serving as the CEO of Tok2.us, LLC - a start-up that helps consumer products manufacturers to connect with shoppers while they are at the point of purchase. Before beginning his role at Tok2.us, John served as the CEO of Pennsylvania Sustainable Technologies, a technology start-up that developed a patented process to produce advanced biofuels from non-food feedstocks. PST was acquired by Logos Technologies in March 2011.

During his tenure at Foster Chamberlain, John has worked with new ventures across a wide variety of industries; among them, aerospace, building materials and medical devices. John worked with a large research lab to develop a spin-out business based on "artificial muscle," a technology platform with broad industry application. Previously, John developed a market entry strategy for a Fortune 100 company to enter the water quality market. He also assisted a venture-backed technology company in launching a radio frequency identification (RFID) business.

Prior to Foster Chamberlain, John developed broad business-development experience, launching products and services in the U.S. and abroad. Prior employers include American Express, Wilsonart International (a division of ITW), Fessenden Hall Incorporated and the Martin Architectural Group.

John holds an MBA from The Wharton School and a BA in architecture from Lehigh University. John serves annually as a mentor or judge in the Wharton and Pennvention Business Plan Competitions. He is also a Member of the Board of Directors of Rowan University's South Jersey Tech Park and Chairman of its IP committee.

 
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