Carbon Appoints Elisa de Martel as Vice President of Finance and Meg Nibbi as Vice President, Legal Counsel

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EDWOOD CITY, CA – February 7, 2018 – Carbon (, a Silicon Valley-based digital 3D Manufacturing company, today announced that Elisa de Martel has joined the company as Vice President of Finance, and Meg Nibbi has joined as Vice President, Legal Counsel.

“The entire team joins me in welcoming Elisa and Meg to Carbon, particularly at such a pivotal time for our company as we continue to deliver a true, scalable digital 3D Manufacturing platform across the globe,” said Dr. Joseph DeSimone, Carbon’s CEO and Co-founder. “Both Elisa’s and Meg’s leadership experience in complex, game-changing businesses are impressive, and they will be instrumental in helping Carbon reach its goals and deliver on our vision to fundamentally change how the world designs, engineers, makes and delivers products.”

Elisa will be responsible for Carbon’s overall financial activities and global finance organization, including accounting and controllership, financial planning and analysis (FP&A), reporting, tax, treasury and investor relations. She brings extensive experience in managing global financial planning analytics and operations for manufacturing and technology companies. For the past 11 years, Elisa was with Apple Inc., where she served in a variety of financial roles and most recently, was the Director of Manufacturing Finance. Prior to her tenure with Apple Inc., she was a finance manager with Citroen UK and a supervisor at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Elisa earned a Master’s degree in Political Economy from the University of Essex, and a Master’s degree in Business Administration from the EDHEC Business School.

Meg will be responsible for Carbon’s legal matters, including strategic partnerships, licensing of intellectual property, customer and supplier relationships, risk management, employment, and international regulatory matters. She has deep experience in high-growth markets driven by innovation, having served as General Counsel for a variety of high-technology companies and venture capital funds, helping drive their development and growth. Meg earned her Juris Doctor degree Cum Laude from Georgetown University. She also earned her Master’s Degree in International Policy from Stanford University, and Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from Stanford University.

“I am very excited to join Carbon, a company that is uniquely positioned to take digital 3D Manufacturing to an entirely new level,” said Elisa de Martel, Vice President of Finance at Carbon. “I look forward to working with this talented team, and contributing to the company’s next stage of growth.”

“I love working with companies that aim to improve the world, using technology, innovation and driven and passionate people to make that happen,” said Meg Nibbi, Vice President, Legal Counsel at Carbon. “As Legal Counsel, I look forward to helping redefine the future of manufacturing, enabling customers around the world to open up new business models, moving them to real-world, mass digital production at scale.”

Founded in 2013, Carbon pioneered a revolutionary alternative to 3D printing, fusing light and oxygen to rapidly produce products from a pool of liquid resin. Its novel approach combines connected, data-centric hardware with over-the-air software updates and innovative materials, enabling creators to design and produce previously unmakeable products, both economically and at mass scale. Carbon’s unique subscription-based model closely aligns it to its customers’ businesses – with every-six-week software updates, continuous education and training programs, and one-to-one customer service – to ensure optimal customer experiences and capabilities. This results in deep partnerships with customers that open up new business models across a variety of industries, including automotive, consumer products, dental, and medical. The unprecedented adidas Futurecraft 4D is a proven example of the power of true digital 3D manufacturing today, creating unlimited possibilities for designing, engineering, making and delivering truly innovative products.

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