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Lux Research Announces 'A-List' Speaker Roster
New York, NY | September 08, 2005
Lux Research, the world’s leading research and advisory firm for nanotechnology, today announced its speaker roster for the inaugural Lux Executive Summit: The Business of Nanotechnology. The event will be held at the Charles Hotel in Cambridge, MA on October 24-25, 2005.
“Lux Research clients profit from our proprietary analysis of nanotechnology’s business and economic impact. We’ve created the Lux Executive Summit to extend our insight to a broader audience of corporate and financial decision-makers – and to provide them with access to an elite group of visionaries from the worlds of business, science and technology,” said Peter Hebert, CEO of Lux Research.
Throughout the two-day event, attendees will have the opportunity to participate in conference sessions and discussions with a world-class group of business and technology power-brokers, including:
The Lux Executive Summit will also include presentations of proprietary analysis by Lux Research’s highly-respected research team, including Matthew Nordan, David Lackner, and Peter Hebert. Together, the speakers will address topics including:
For additional event details and early registration, please visit www.luxexecutivesummit.com
About Lux Research:
Lux Research is the world's leading nanotechnology research and advisory firm. We help our clients make better decisions to profit from nanoscale science and technology, tapping into our analysts' unique expertise and unrivaled network. Our clients include top decision makers at large corporations, portfolio managers and analysts at leading financial institutions, CEOs of the most innovative start-ups, and visionary public policy makers.
For more information, please visit www.luxresearchinc.com
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