BARCELONA, SPAIN--(Marketwire - Feb 26, 2012) - Liquipel, the breakthrough company of CES 2012 and an Edison Awards 2012 top finalist, is excited to announce at the Mobile World Congress 2012 a licensing agreement with Australia's Vita Group, the expansion of operations to Brazil and China, and the addition of six new board members and advisors who bring with them decades of experience, expertise and knowledge. Using the latest advancements in nano-coating, Liquipel's patented equipment and patent-pending process creates a liquid-repellent coating that is 1,000 times thinner than a human hair but will last the life of the device. The process is virtually untraceable, non-toxic, and will not affect nor compromise the look, feel and performance of the device.

Liquipel will be at ShowStoppers and can be found at Hall 2.0, Booth 2B127.

"The growth of Liquipel since our debut in January at the Consumer Electronics Show has been nothing short of phenomenal," said founder and co-president Kevin Bacon. "We are thrilled to have such a stellar team of uniquely qualified individuals demonstrate their faith in Liquipel," said Danny McPhail, founder and co-president.

Liquipel is opening operations in Brazil and China and has appointed Vita Group, Australia's largest mobile communications specialist retailer, to provide its new, revolutionary mobile-phone waterproofing protection to mobile customers in Australia.

The recently appointed board members for Liquipel are Vafa Rakshani, Henri Tchen, Ralph Simon, Ehab Samuel, Ging Kuo (Robert) Long and John Bendheim (biographies follow).

Vafa Rakshani has a 27-year-long track record in high-tech electronics design and development. He is currently the vice president of engineering at Broadcom Corp., the market leader in state-of-the-art electronic communication devices, and is responsible for the development of application processors, cellular baseband system-on-chip (SoC) and power management units (PMU) used in tier-one cell phone manufacturers. Click here for LinkedIn Profile.

Henri Tchen was the first CFO of Kingston Technology Comp., where he negotiated the sale of 80 percent of the company to Softbank Corp. for $1.9 billion and its buy-back from Softbank three years later for $450 million -- called the "Deal of the Decade" by California media. He is principal and co-founder of Synapse Capital, LLC, a management and advisory firm engaged in private equity investments in technology and other fields, and has spent over 16 years advising Fortune 500 companies. Click here for Bloomberg Businessweek Profile.

Ralph Simon heads the London-based Mobilium International, which provides high-level strategic advice and guidance to mobile handset makers, telco operators, and technology, media and entertainment companies around the world. He is the founder and chairman emeritus of the Mobile Entertainment Forum - Americas and is regarded as one of the founders and trailblazers of the modern mobile entertainment industry. Click here for Wikipedia Entry.

Ehab Samuel is a seasoned intellectual property attorney whose patent experience encompasses a wide range of industries, including: biomedical devices, electronics, computer architecture, computer networks, wireless and satellite communications, semiconductor devices, software, and chemical processes and compositions. Click here for LinkedIn Profile.

Ging Kuo (Robert) Long is the CEO of the China and Asia Pacific Group of Infinity and serves as a senior advisor to the Central People's Government of China, the Ministries of National Defense and Railways, the city of Beijing and President Hu Jintao. He has been the director of the Mandate of Heaven Institute, the highest body for the study of Chinese politics, thought and governance. As Infinity's CEO, Long has secured contracts with the Chinese government, established contract relationships with defense contractors and others, and planned the company's expansion into Southeast Asia.

John Bendheim is president of Bendheim Enterprises, Inc., a real estate investment holding company with operations in California and Nevada and founder of Inland Homes, which provides equity funding for real estate transactions. He is a board member of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, California Republic Bank, American Fidelity Assurance, the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce and USC's Marshall School Board of Leaders and Sports Business Institute advisory board. Click here for Forbes Profile.

About Liquipel
Liquipel has developed a unique process to waterproof everything electronic, as reported by more than 300 outlets around the world, including: ABC, the BBC, the Chicago Tribune, CNET, Forbes, Fox News, Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Times, NBC, the New York Daily News, Scientific American and Yahoo, just to name a few. For more information and videos, please visit Liquipel's website at To contact Liquipel World Licensing, LLC, email Sam Winkler at or Marvin Winker at

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