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Next Gen Illumination
Next Gen Illumination, Inc. (NGI), has built its business by designing, distributing and marketing LED lighting products with focus on high-tech R&D, strategic partnerships and multi-tiered sales networks.
Incorporated in April, 2008, NGI has gone to market by developing products that are industry specific, yet have broader market applications. NGI is targeting specific industries in agriculture, manufacturing, and commercial facilities through design and development of products built around NGI patented and patent pending technology.
Penetrating these specific niche industries provides the best combination of versatility and speed to market. NGI has secured customers and partners throughout the world in each piece of the value chain - science, research, technology, design, development, supply, manufacturing, influence, marketing and sales.
These relationships ensure NGI’s ability to provide the best solutions from around the world. Northwest Arkansas currently serves as the center for sales, marketing and administration providing a central location nationally from which to operate.
- Advanced Materials
- 700 W. Research Center Blvd.
- Suite 1000
- Fayetteville, AR 72701
- (479) 521-1177
- (479) 966-4052
- Christopher Callahan - CEO
- Erik Figenskau - President, Director of Sales & Marketing
- Jeffrey Beaver - VP of Research & Development
- Jerry McCormick - Director of Administration
- Patrick Rush - Chief Legal Officer, Director of Media Relations
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