Apr 30, 2018
Waltham, Mass.– The National Small Business Association (NSBA) has elected Boston Engineering President Bob Treiber as secretary of its Board of Trustees. Mr. Treiber previously served on the NSBA Board as the vice chairman of communications.
As a NSBA leadership team member, Mr. Treiber plays an active role supporting America’s emerging businesses through advocacy and by sharing his entrepreneurial experience. Dedicated to mentoring tomorrow’s innovators, Mr. Treiber is also a director for the Tufts Gordon Institute’s Industry Advisory Council and also serves on the Tufts Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering External Advisory Board.
Mr. Treiber cofounded Boston Engineering more than two decades ago to develop products that improve the way that people work and live. The Boston Engineering team works with entrepreneurs and large organizations to transform concepts into innovative products. Additionally, he also manages Boston Engineering partnerships with global companies including PTC, ThingWorx, and Analog Devices.
Mr. Treiber holds bachelor’s and masters’ degrees in electrical engineering from Tufts University and an MBA from Babson College.
About the NSBA
Celebrating more than 80 years in operation, NSBA is a member-driven nonpartisan organization advocating on behalf of America’s entrepreneurs. NSBA’s 65,000 members represent every state and every industry in the U.S. Please visit www.nsba.biz.
About Boston Engineering
Boston Engineering provides product design and engineering consulting across the entire product development process – from concept through connected product capabilities. Certified for ISO 9001 and ISO 13485, the company’s industry expertise includes defense & security, medical devices, robotics, and commercial products. Boston Engineering is also an Internet of Things (IoT) ThingWorx Partner and a PTC Platinum Partner. Founded in 1995, Boston Engineering is headquartered in Waltham, Mass. with an additional office at UMass Dartmouth’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE).