Ventex Technology Welcomes Vice President of Engineering


Ventex-ApptVentex Technology, Inc. today announced the appointment of Ted Blumstein as Vice President of Engineering. Blumstein’s extensive experience in Engineering Management and Product Development in the LED industry will lead Ventex toward new innovations in LED sign and architectural lighting technology.

Blumstein joins Ventex with over 15 years’ experience delivering creative solutions for challenges in LED, power supply and optical technologies. Most recently he served as Senior Electrical Engineer at Lighting Science Group, delivering custom solutions in the areas of LED lighting fixtures, light bulbs and power supplies. Prior to Lighting Science Group, in the position of Senior Engineer, he co-developed the first multi-phase LED backlight for LCD displays in general aviation aircraft. These and numerous other outside-of-the-box product ideas are the hallmark of Blumstein’s distinguished career. He holds the honor of graduating Magna Cum Laude, with a BSEE from the Citadel.

“Ted Blumstein is a tremendous addition to our team, bringing with him great experience and comprehension of our industry,” said John Boyd, President of Ventex. “We were built upon a strong foundation of technology, with our talented engineering team being the backbone of the company. Ted is the right person to cultivate this team, allowing us to play to our assets and strengthening Ventex as a company.”

Ventex Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Bob Magnus, added, “Ted’s track record is a natural fit with Ventex’s technology aspirations, and I’m sure he will improve the way Ventex leverages its assets to provide exciting products and solutions to our clients’ needs.”

“I am thrilled to join the team,” said Blumstein. “Ventex has proven over the years that it is focused on evolving and adapting, making positive movements into key areas of sign lighting technology. I am excited to join the company in this time of growth and am confident that Ventex will continue to innovate.”