Big Ideas: “A tattoo that can be turned invisible if you want” with Robb J. Osinski CEO of Bambu Global

A tattoo that can be turned invisible if you want?

Big Ideas: “A tattoo that can be turned invisible if you want” with Robb J. Osinski CEO of Bambu Global

We are disrupting an art form that hasn’t changed in thousands of years and opening the door to millions who want skin art (tattoos) but fear the risks and commitment that come with them. With this, we expect tattoos to become a mainstream form of self-expression. As a part of my series about “Big Ideas That Might Change The World In The Next Few Years” I had the pleasure of interviewing Robb J. Osinski. Robb is the founder and CEO of Bambu Global, a family of innovative companies with a portfolio of advanced technologies designed to disrupt the life science, lighting, renewable energy, safety, tattoo and defense industries. Under his leadership, Bambu was ranked by Inc. Magazine as one of the 500 Fastest Growing Private Companies. Before founding Bambu in 2001, Osinski, a serial entrepreneur, launched a real estate development company that acquired, successfully stabilized, and managed several marquee properties in downtown Boston. He was also a pioneer in mortgage banking in New England. He was one of the principals who developed and operated one of the largest one-to-four family residential mortgage lenders in the region, where he employed his financial and management skills and developed an extensive knowledge of mortgage-backed securitization, investment banking, and corporate and real estate law. During his tenure at First Eastern BankShares Corporation, he coordinated the acquisition of a local downtown Boston thrift, restructured the corporation to not only sustain significant growth but also survive the cyclical downturn that devastated the competition, and developed a reputation for successfully negotiating the disposition of over $30 million of recourse loan servicing liability. While one of the youngest recognized bank executives in the region, he left First Eastern as Executive Vice President and Director of four companies, including the First Federal Savings Bank of Boston, where he was President, to pursue his passion and devote his full effort toward real estate investments and new corporate startup opportunities. Osinski earned an A.B. in […]