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Will Offer Investors Insight on MEMS and Nanotechnology
Bourne Research (www.bourneresearch.com), a trusted source of market intelligence on MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems) and Nanotechnology, today announced that it has joined Citigroup’s ResearchChoicesm platform, a product within Citigroup Alternative Commission Services, part of Citigroup Corporate and Investment Banking (NYSE:C). A portfolio database of Independent Research Boutique firms, those chosen for inclusion in the ResearchChoicesm platform are subject to an evaluation of their products, reputation and performance, and are part of the mission of Citigroup Alternative Commission Services to provide institutional investors with access to top tier research.
“Having followed the commercialization of MEMS for more than a decade, and its subsequent convergence with Nanotechnology in recent years, Bourne Research is well-positioned to provide Citigroup’s buy-side clients with global, cross-industry and sector insight that is based on longevity and experience,” said Marlene Bourne, President & Principal Analyst of Bourne Research. “From technology breakthroughs and product development, to the challenges and opportunities facing both suppliers and end-users of MEMS and Nanotechnology-based solutions, Bourne Research provides a rich historical perspective that is important to understanding current and future market leaders.”
To best serve Citigroup Alternative Commission Services, its clients, and others in the financial community, Bourne Research offers a subscription service for investors interested in the emerging technology marketplace. Central to this service is The Bourne Report, a unique series of market research reports comprised of event-driven news and insightful market analysis on MEMS, Nanotechnology and other emerging technologies. The service is further enhanced with news alerts, sector watches, custom research, phone inquiry and on-site consultation.
Details about Bourne Research, including sample reports, can be accessed by Citigroup Alternative Commission Services clients via the ResearchChoicesm platform. For more information about The Bourne Report, visit: www.bourneresearch.com or contact Marlene Bourne at 480-695-0521 or email@example.com.
About Bourne Research:
Bourne Research is a trusted source of market intelligence, with a specialized focus on MEMS (MicroElectroMechanical Systems), Nanotechnology, and the convergence of both. Its founder, Marlene Bourne, is a highly respected industry analyst with more than a decade of experience following the development of emerging technologies, and is internationally recognized as one of the leading experts on MEMS.
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