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Select firms to be chosen for one-on-one presentations with venture capitalists at major nanotechnology event
NanoTX'07 Means Business
Dallas, TX | Posted on May 14th, 2007
Firms with new ideas and start-up companies are discovering funding opportunities at nanoTX'07, the Nanotechnology Conference & Trade Expo during International Nanotechnology Week at the Dallas Convention Center October 3-4.
NanoTX'07 is created to highlight the world's commercial micro and nanotechnology initiatives. Exhibitors at nanoTX show their brands as major industry leaders in science, technology, engineering, and the Nanotech Business Community.
Each company that exhibits at nanoTX'07 will have the opportunity to meet with venture capital firms, angel investors and incubators also participating. Those who apply will then be in line for selection to one-on-one meetings, 20 minutes each including 10 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for Q&A. Each One-on-One participant will receive a complimentary full conference pass (including the trade expo) and an invitation to the Nobel Laureates Legends Reception. Included in the Wednesday morning conference opening session is the highly acclaimed Venture Capital Panel moderated by Carl Johnson, Executive Director of Infrastructure. Panelists include Sean D. Doyle of Intel Capital, Greg Carlisle of Gefinor Ventures, Dr. Alexei A. Andreev of Harris & Harris Group, Inc., Nick Wachtel of Lux Capital Management and Mike Moradi of Atomic Venture Partners, LP.
This vital conference attracts attention from thousands of technology leaders in the Americas and abroad. nanoTX means business, and succeeds by working closely with Industry, Capital, Governments, Universities and R&D labs. Featured are the major four co-locating Expos: Defense/Homeland Security/Aerospace, BioMed/Nanohealth, Energy/Chemical/Environment, Semiconductor/MEMS/NEMS. Here top minds from around the world confer at important Summits in Energy, Health, Environment, Advanced Materials, Beyond CMOS, Scaling CMOS to its Ultimate Limits and Printed Electronics. The kick-off is a Nobel Laureates Legends Reception, the industry's premier networking event, which hosts luminaries of the business and scientific community under one roof, bringing nanotech issues to the forefront while sharing knowledge and solutions, http://www.nanotx.biz
To apply for the Venture Capital One-On-One's, event organizers are accepting email.
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