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Del Stark, a veteran technology scout and advocate, has launched a new venture called Del Stark Technology Solutions to service the innovation aspirations of industry.
As a leading European expert on the applications of nanotechnology Del Stark Technology Solutions will work with companies to assist them in understanding how nanotechnology could improve their products and processes. "This allows the companies to innovate, make new product claims, find a competitive edge and offer improved services to customers. My main concern is helping businesses make more business through networking, referrals and thinking out of the box for technology solutions and integration" says Del Stark, CEO and founder.
Technology scouting, technology analysis and training are a few of the services on offer. A new club is being launched to assist companies in winning new business and taking steps to meeting their innovation goals.
Del invites all companies, research organisations and young innovators to get involved. With a network of over 20,000 contacts world-wide and experience in proposal writing, technical writing, project management and business development, Stark believes the new venture will deliver exceptional results for companies looking to innovate.
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