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May 1st, 2007
GPEC broadens outreach on emerging technologies
The Greater Phoenix Economic Council has hired Robert Hooley as vice president of emerging technology to expand the group's business development activities for the commercialization of sustainable and converging technologies.
"He replaced someone who focused on the bioscience industry, whereas Rob will focus on that as well as the semiconductor, aerospace, nanotechnology and high tech industries," said GPEC spokeswoman Linda Brady.
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