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November 14th, 2007
Taking The NanoPulse -- True partnerships. Without Them: No Next-Generation Products.
-- You have a product that could that could be improved with nanotechnology. Or, you have a technology that could improve a product. Either way, you don't have all the resources in house to get to market. Now what?
I've been nano-izing products for more than two decades, and it's taught me this lesson: you don't often get to choose the next project - you need to meet the next need. The market tells you what to do. Success requires you to flexible and agile. A big part of that agility is being able to bring together all the right resources quickly. And that often means bringing in outside partners in one of a thousand specialties.
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