Dick Good is the President of KR Business Design, LLC, which specializes in Web site development, design and marketing, as well as new product development. Prior to KRB, he was President and CEO of Luritek Inc for 5 years, a biotech startup company that he helped launch and get funded prior to moving from the Philadelphia area to Prescott in 2011.

Dick is a Technology Marketing & Business Dev. executive with more than 30 years of experience in the global polyurethane chemical and foam producing industries. He has extensive experience in the Automotive, Furniture and Bedding sectors of the industry. In addition, he has experience in the microfuel cell area. As Senior Vice President of Business Development reporting to the CEO, Dick was chartered with Foamex International’s New Products, & Growth Programs to increase sales by more than $500 million over a five-year period. Prior to Foamex, Dick was Worldwide Director of Market Development for ARCO Chemical Company with similar type of responsibility for new products in their global polyurethanes business growing new sales of more than $300 million.

Prior to that time, Dick was with Union Carbide Corp and held positions of increasing responsibility in sales, market development, marketing, and business management, with strong involvement in the Automotive seating business. He became part of ARCO Chemical when ARCO Chemical purchased the UCC urethanes business in 1990. Dick was trained as an organic synthesis chemist with graduate work in biochemistry at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology prior to joining Union Carbide. He has subsequently participated in more than 25 company sponsored executive training programs in Marketing, Sales, Finance, and New Product Development. (Wharton & Columbia Universities). He began his career in Polyurethanes R&D and was awarded a patent for his work in Incompatible Copolymers. Recently he was awarded a patent in micro fuel cell design and is patent pending for two additional applications in medical and antifouling technology for food processing.