Speaker "Jeremy Goodwin" Details Back



Blockchain and Smart Manufacturing


SyncFab is a management tool built that allows for the search and procurement of parts on a blockchain network, empowering industry 4.0. Orders are secure, instant, and streamlined. The SyncFab network creates a decentralized economy between producers and buyers. No more brokers or intermediates; manufactures communicate directly peer to peer. Both parties save on fees, thus reducing prices. The economy is built around the Syncfab token, MFG, which had its ICO earlier this year. Buyers reward manufactures MFG for quotes and manufactures reward buyers MFG for reorders, thus creating a self-sustained economy.

Small, local manufactures are given a level playing field against large firms as no quotes are favored in the network. By revolutionizing the supply chain with better production quality control and more environmentally responsible manufacturing, SyncFab has partnered with San Leandro to create a smarter city. 


Jeremy is CEO of SyncFab, an IIoT Industry 4.0 Blockchain Manufacturing Industry, partner to the $140MM US D.O.E. & D.O.C. Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Initiative (CESMII) appointed by the White House and US Departments of Energy and Commerce National Network for Manufacturing Innovation (NNMI). SyncFab is also the San Francisco Mayor's Office of Civic Innovation - 2016 Startup in Residence (STIR) in partnership with the Cities of San Leandro, Oakland and West Sacramento. From 2008 - 2012, Jeremy served as Executive President and CFO of China Advanced Construction Materials Company, leading it to peak performance of 2,000 employees and NASDAQ IPO. As the only bilingual member of the company board of directors, he was responsible for negotiating large international contracts, implementing SOX 404 compliance, and managing international accounting audits, SEC and shareholder communications. Jeremy 47/56 successfully closed a $100M Private Equity investment offer in support of company expansion plans and NASDAQ listing before board decision to privatize. From 2002 - 2008, Jeremy was Managing Director of 3G Capital Partners and Global Capital Group - Trans-Pacific merchant banking firms with more than $250M in transactions. From 1996 - 2002, Jeremy worked as a financial executive at ING Barings, Baring Capital Partners, ABN Amro, Mees Pierson in New York, London, Amsterdam, Geneva, Beijing, and Hong Kong including Carlyle Partners first $1BN Fund. Jeremy is fluent in Chinese and French and as a social impact entrepreneur, is passionate about technologies improving the human condition. Connect: