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Shrink Nanotechnologies, Inc. CEO Mark Baum shares valuable insights into his company with CEOinsiderTV.com in an interview that will be posted in four segments on the CEOinsiderTV.com website
CEOinsiderTV.com announced today they've just concluded an in-depth interview with Shrink Nanotechnologies, Inc. (OTCBB:INKN.OB) CEO Mark Baum.
Part one of this four part interview has already been released at http://www.CEOinsiderTV.com. The remaining three parts are scheduled for release over the next week.
In this first segment Mr. Baum confides about how the ideas for Shrink Nanotechnologies ground-breaking nano-based tools evolved. He also describes how the Company locks up exclusive rights to the innovative intellectual property of an award-winning nanotechnology researcher.
And finally, CEO Baum reveals how Shrink Nanotechnologies is uniquely positioned as a tools provider to the modern-day "gold rush" taking place in stem cell research today.
Part one of this eye-opening interview is available for free right now at www.CEOinsiderTV.com.
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