Inkbench is an easy-to-use enterprise creative collaboration tool

Inkbench allows communicators and marketers to confidently, efficiently create “brand-sure” visual content that looks and performs better and offers significant savings to its subscribers.


The Inkbench platform combines a Digital Asset Management (DAM) system (a searchable repository of corporate images, logos, and other brand assets) with a design canvas that allows end-users to create – either from scratch or from locked templates – visual communications that are compliant with the corporate brand standards. While there are a lot of enterprise DAMs, Inkbench is the only one that allows lay end-users to use the assets to create and collaborate on effective marketing and corporate communications materials.

Creating digital assets is in Inkbench’s DNA.

A leading communications agency developed the platform to streamline how they create and update visual communications and maintain brand compliance for its Fortune 500 and large enterprise clients.

The Team


George Abraham


25+ years in operations, venture capital, finance, strategy

Founder, Rhodium Strategies and SAS Investors

Adjunct Professor – Stevens Institute of Technology, “Entrepreneurial Thinking”

Lehigh University – Accounting and Finance (BS)


Steve Goodman

Founder & Product Lead

25+ years providing communications counsel to the nation’s leading companies

Founded The SPI Group – one of NJ’s largest communications firms – in 1997 and sold the firm to Ruder Finn in 2019

Founded Inkbench in 2017

Wesleyan University - Psychology (BA)
Phi Beta Kappa


Edward Maybert

Lead Developer

25+ years in software engineering

President – Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)

New Jersey Institute of Technology
Computer Science (MS)
Software Engineering

William Paterson University of New Jersey
Bachelor of Science – Computer Science (BA)

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Samantha Cummings

Marketing & Design Intern

Student - Montclair State University

Bachelor of Science – Marketing (2021)