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NineSigma Announces MEMSConcepts.com to Join Global Alliance Program
Cleveland, OH | Posted on November 1st, 2007
NineSigma, a leading provider of open innovation solutions, today announced the addition of MEMSConcepts.com to its Innovation Alliance Program, a global network of leading scientists, technologists and innovators. MEMSConcepts.com promotes innovative ideas or products by building strategic alliances and finding licensing or commercialization opportunities for its membership of MEMS and nanotechnology professionals.
"The addition of MEMSConcepts.com was imperative to the Innovation Alliance Program as it has broadened NineSigma's expanding network of affiliates in the nanotechnology sector," said Paul Stiros, president and CEO of NineSigma. "The NineSigma mission is very well aligned with the philosophy behind MEMSConcepts.com and this partnership furthers the depth of our network connections for customers seeking out technology solutions from unobvious sources."
MEMSConcepts.com is a worldwide Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) and Nanotechnology network that connects innovators and idea seekers together. Through its networking platform, MEMSConcepts.com caters exclusively to practitioners in related industries offering a categorized MEMS and Nanotechnology concepts database where community members can conveniently promote or identify new ideas and technologies.
"Our partnership with NineSigma has connected the MEMSConcepts.com community with leading global corporations through NineSigma's vast network," said MEMSConcepts.com Vice President Business Development, Sharon Eler. "NineSigma provides real business partnership opportunities to our members for bringing new MEMS and Nanotechnology concepts to the market."
For science and technology innovators interested in learning more about NineSigma's network, please visit http://www.ninesigma.com/affiliate or contact Charles Brez, NineSigma's vice president of Innovation Alliances, at 216-295-4805.
NineSigma partners with Global 1000 companies to transform their innovation capabilities by connecting them with the very best innovators from around the world. NineSigma's proprietary process for Open Innovation enables companies to dramatically improve speed to market while lowering product development costs. NineSigma's open network of innovators is the largest of its kind and spans industries, geographies, and technical disciplines. Companies such as P&G, GlaxoSmithKline, DuPont, Kraft, General Mills and Unilever engage NineSigma to build new innovation capabilities that leverage research and innovation globally to deliver greater value to their customers. For more information visit: http://www.ninesigma.com .
MEMSConcepts.com is a worldwide MEMS and Nanotechnology network that brings innovators and idea seekers together. MEMSConcepts.com provides the MEMS/Nanotech community with a platform to network and build strategic alliances, find licensing, funding or commercialization opportunities, follow the latest research trends, or simply to get inspiration.
MEMSConcepts.com offers a membership-based global medium where technology creators and technology seekers meet, and exchange ideas in all areas of MEMS and Nanotechnology; including Bio-MEMS, Inertial MEMS, Optical MEMS, RF MEMS, Oscillators, Power MEMS, Microfluicidcs, Fabrication and Packaging, as well as design, simulation and characterization tools. MEMSConcepts.com caters to the entire MEMS community ranging from large corporations to small-size companies, start-ups, venture capitalists, faculty and students.
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