Mr. Evan Herbst has been a Senior Vice President of Essex Technology Group, Inc. since January 21, 2016. Mr. Herbst is responsible for business development and strategic partnerships at Essextec. Through his efforts of research and best-in-class technology and business information solution identification, enables Essextec to clients. Mr. Herbst serves as Senior Vice President of Gemini Systems, LLC. Mr. Herbst served as Managing Director of Strategy and Development of Gemini Systems, LLC and was responsible for its Corporate Strategy, Business Development, Corporate Development and Marketing. Mr. Herbst re-joined Gemini Systems in 2002, after served previously with Gemini from 1996 to 1998. Through his executive and consulting work, he has been involved in multiple startup companies in the technology, media and services industries. He worked with leading companies such as General Electric, Pharmacia and Wyeth, in analyzing and applying technology solutions and has created partnerships and joint ventures with leading technology companies such as IBM, Computer Associates and EMC. Prior to joining Gemini Systems, he served as the Chief Technology Officer of ip*network, Inc. At ip*network, he was responsible for Software Development, Product Management, Quality Assurance, Customer Support, Professional Services, Web Operations and MIS. In addition, he assisted in business planning, capital raising, merger and acquisition evaluation and in building alliances with Big 5 consulting firms, intellectual property commercialization firms, patent docketing firms and software and technology providers. He was a co-founder and Partner in BedRock Ventures. He was the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of StorageOne Media and co-founded and served as President of Exa Media. He has a patent application pending with the USPTO entitled "A System and Method for Delivering Content to Mobile Devices". Mr. Herbst received a Bachelor's degree in Systems Science and Engineering with a minor in Computer Science from the University of Pennsylvania.