Security 500 Conference – Keynote by Brett Kingstone, Inventor, CEO, Investor and Author of “The Real War Against America”

Author Books, Publications, Public Speaking Engagements, and Interviews

Brett Kingstone Inventor, CEO, Investor & Author The Real War Against America Mr. Kingstone started his first fiber optic company in his college dormitory at Stanford University at the age of 19. Super Vision (now Nexxus Lighting, NASDAQ: NEXS) was later established in Orlando, Florida where the first of many fiber optic and LED lighting landmarks worldwide were produced for …

The Warrior

Author Books, Publications, Public Speaking Engagements, and Interviews, Super Vision International, Inc.

By Bob Dumas Brett Kingstone’s war with counterfeiters nearly cost him his company. His drive for innovation saved it. I started Super Vision International out of a garage with my friend, Roy Archer, in 1989. Over the past 17 years, we’ve grown the company from a modest start-up that sold $50,000 in fiberoptic lighting its first year into a publicly …

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Author Books, Publications, Public Speaking Engagements, and Interviews

International scandal, undercover private investigators, shredded evidence, intimidation, and theft: all in a day’s work for Brett Kingstone, author of “The Real War Against America.” Kingstone tells the true story of the company he founded, Super Vision International, and its desperate struggle against Chinese counterfeiters who stole designs, equipment and profits.

The Real War Against America

Author Books, Publications, Public Speaking Engagements, and Interviews

International scandal, undercover private investigators, shredded evidence, intimidation, and theft: all in a day’s work for Brett Kingstone, author of “The Real War Against America.” Kingstone tells the true story of the company he founded, Super Vision International, and its desperate struggle against Chinese counterfeiters who stole designs, equipment and profits. When Kingstone learned that the market had been flooded …