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Lux Research kicks off client-only conference call series with exclusive analysis of best practices in nanotechnology commercialization
With U.S. President George Bush and Procter & Gamble CEO Alan Lafley highlighting nanotechnology in recent speeches, nanotech is clearly no longer just a far-future science exercise – executives expect measurable commercial results from this field of innovation in the next four years. Earlier today, Lux Research provided clients with the key lessons from a proprietary analysis of nanotechnology’s impact on 76 industries during the launch of Lux Research Interactive, the advisory firm’s new series of client-only conference calls. Based on the new report “How Industry Leaders Organize for Nanotech Innovation”, the Lux Research Interactive session provided clients with best practices on how market leaders are structuring their organizations to take advantage of emerging technologies based on the physical sciences.
“We have seen significant increases in corporate nanotechnology activity in the last 18 months, with companies now firmly staking out their competitive positions,” said Lux Research Senior Analyst Mark Bünger during today’s client-only conference call. “Many large corporations are already selling products that incorporate emerging nanotechnology, and scores of others are in late-stage product development or trials. But even the leaders say they’re not organized effectively, and many of their competitors have not even begun to set up shop.”
To gauge nanotechnology’s effect on global businesses and their readiness for change, Lux Research analyzed 1,331 of the world’s largest companies and interviewed leading executives at 35 of the most pioneering ones directly. These corporations put $3.2 billion into nanotech R&D in 2005 and earned $32 billion in revenues from nanotech-related products. Among Lux Research’s findings:
“Nanotech innovations will force incremental, disruptive, and structural changes onto entire industries,” said Bünger on the call. “Companies need to start today to develop new strategies for product development, intellectual property, marketing, supplier relationships, and of course, R&D.”
Lux Research Interactive marks Lux Research’s newest service available to global corporations, investors, and governments. Through our analysts’ unique expertise and unrivaled network, Lux Research enables our clients to:
For information on how to become a client, contact Rob Burns, Vice President of Sales, at +1 (646) 723-0708.
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.
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