Quirky is Kaufman’s third entrepreneurial venture. Any of Quirky’s community members can become an inventor or influencer by submitting ideas and helping to determine which products Quirky will design, manufacture, and sell.Inventors who submit ideas that are then created and influencers who contribute to those ideas share in royalties based on product sales.He is the Past President of the Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association. Kremer is a Colonel (Ret.) in the New York State Guard. Kremer serves on the Committee on Professionalism in the Law by appointment of the Chief Judge of the Court of Appeals. Kremer is married to the former Suzan Rosenholtz and has four daughters.The Arena is a cross-party, cross-discipline forum for intelligent and lively conversation about political and policy issues.Quirky is a new type of socially developed product company founded with the vision of making invention accessible.
When determining which products to make, Quirky considers factors such as uniqueness, manufacturing complexity, and intellectual property rights, yet they are committed to working on ideas both big and small that make life better.
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He has served as government relations representative to Canon U. A., DMJM Harris Engineering, the New York State Bowling Proprietor's Association, The Bus Association of New York State, Caithness Energy, Med Review, the Fair Assessment Committee, the Town of North Hempstead, the Long Island Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the New York Association of Wholesale Marketers. Kremer created the only statewide grassroots lobbying operation that has representation in eight regions on New York State. Kremer is Chair of the New York Affordable Reliable Electricity Alliance, a 200-member organization that promotes energy issues throughout the state. Kremer maintains an active role in many key Long Island organizations.
He is a Trustee of Hofstra University; a member of the Board of Overseers of the Tilles Cultural Center, and has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Long Island Association.