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October 12th, 2004
Nanotech job creation viewed as long-term goal
Attendees of the NanoCommerce 2004 conference are taking crash courses in turning laboratory inventions into marketable products.
"This isn't about creating 50,000 jobs in the next five years," said Mark Brandt, founder of The Maple Fund, a Cleveland company that invests in early-stage nanotech firms. "This will create 1,000 to 2,000 jobs [in Northeast Ohio] in five years. And even that is a stretch."
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