Press release: FlexEnable welcomes British Prime Minister

19 February 2015

FlexEnable, the leader in the development and industrialisation of flexible organic electronics, today welcomed the British Prime Minister, The Rt Hon David Cameron MP, to the company’s engineering centre and flexible rapid prototyping line in Cambridge.

During his visit, David Cameron was shown a number of the company’s recent technology breakthroughs by Indro Mukerjee, Chairman of FlexEnable, including the first flexible and all-plastic IPS liquid crystal displays (LCDs) made in partnership with Merck (the global leader in LCD materials); the world’s first all-plastic flexible OLED display made in partnership with Novaled (Samsung); the world’s first plastic image sensor developed with ISORG; as well as the world’s first industrially proven flexible electronics process to reach commercial scale for flexible displays and sensors.

The Prime Minister subsequently spoke with the FlexEnable team and congratulated them on their achievements.

Indro Mukerjee said: “The team is extremely pleased that the Prime Minister chose to visit FlexEnable and to see our technology for himself. I am delighted by this recognition of FlexEnable’s truly flexible electronics and our work to actively develop a supply chain capable of delivering this to global markets.”

British Prime Minister, David Cameron and FlexEnable Chairman, Indro Mukerjee

British Prime Minister, David Cameron and FlexEnable Chairman, Indro Mukerjee, congratulate the FlexEnable team on their achievements.