Konrad Malik works in Toronto at a business he founded called RapidMake 3D Printing. The company caters to large-scale manufactures and produces small 3D printers accessible enough for use in a home.
While founding RapidMake 3D Printing, Konrad developed a business savviness and a deep understanding of the value of privacy and in particular intellectual privacy. These are values he learned while showing his technology at trade shows and the like.
Eventually attracting venture capitalist investors to take a chance on his technology, Konrad Malik patented his work and engineered several iterations of his designs before introducing them to the marketplace.
RapidMake 3D Printing serves those in manufacturing, along with other industries such as architecture, construction, advertising, medicine and even art.
Konrad enjoys spending time with his wife Sofia and their two daughters, Phoebe and Stephanie and loves taking them shopping. They usually pick out his trademark colorful sneakers he wears with suits.
He likes to take part in the design process with his employees, but he’s as guarded as ever about what the next big thing is, only alluding that it will be unveiled shortly after the beginning of next year.