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Dan Loague


Dan Loague

Capital formation Institute

Washington DC

 

Introduction

Jon Gregory

Jon Gregory

Golden Capital Network

Chico, CA

Effective Tools for Innovation Economics

 

Randall Goldsmith

Dr. Randall Goldsmith

Mississippi Technology Alliance

Professional Standards

Thomas Vass

Thomas Vass

Private Capital Market

Morrisville NC

Private Sector Leadership

Montie Roland

Montie Roland

Montie Design

Morrisville, NC

Community Innovation

 

Chris Gibbons

Chris Gibbons

Littleton Bus./ Ind. Affairs

Littleton CO

Self-sustaining Community Growth

Rachel Duran

Rachel Duran

Business Xpansion Journal  Lawrence, KS

Training and Certification

Ed Morrison

Ed Morrison

Institute for Open Economics

Cleveland OH

Effective Alliances and Networks

Richard Meyer

Dr. Richard Meyer

Orion Technical Associates

Albuquerque NM

Start-Up Financing

Jon Gregory

Jon Gregory

Golden Capital Network

Chico CA

Expanding Regional Capital

John Colwell

John Colwell

Mentor Capital Partners

Baltimore MD

SME Wealth and Exit Strategies

 

 

 

 

Q & A Session

  • Resources for SME new product development
  • Similarities between start-up companies and SMEs
  • Available entrepreneurial tool sets and training
  • Uses of "venture capital investing"
  • Outsourcing issues   
  • Decline of SME manufacturers in North Carolina
  • Final Comments         

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Hot Technologies & Sizzling Sectors

Moderators:

Bill Reichert

Bill Reichert

Managing Director
Garage Technology Ventures

Palo Alto, CA

Faruq Marikar Faruq Marikar, Ph.D.
President
Nanobiz, LLC
Scotch Plains , NJ

The Hot Technology Markets Roundtable goes behind the scenes, digs out critical details and helps separate sound investment fundamentals from technology sizzle.  Starting with an introduction to cleantech, our moderators and speakers come with little baggage and, in point-counterpoint style, help explain and demystify “hot” emerging technology markets. 


Cleantech

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Start-Up Enterprises

Moderator:

Richard Meyer

Richard Meyer, Ph.D.
Orion Technical Associates
Founding Board Member –

National Association of Seed and Venture Funds

 

 

Introduction: Bridging the Entrepreneurial Funding Gap

   and in mid-2008:  Successful IP Licensing


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