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State of Entrepreneurship

Bringing Innovations to Market


Thursday, December 11, 2014
8:00 AM – 8:30 AM Registration
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM Program

558 Fellowship Road
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054
Innovations are only effective and economically successful if they can be realized in the commercial market. While Greater Philadelphia boasts strength in many of the assets required to transfer knowledge and technology from concept to market, its success depends on fostering a collaborative culture so we may close the gaps and accelerate the technology transfer process.

Join us as our panel of experts examines what is being done to facilitate the process of technology commercialization in our region and how key actors are aligning to drive groundbreaking ideas to market. The program also will feature the public release of the CEO Council for Growth’s report “Technology Transfer and Commercialization in Greater Philadelphia,” which examines how we stack up against other leading regions throughout the country, actions for improvement, and what opportunities are developing for our continued growth and economic success.

Moderated by:
Tracey Matisak, Program Host, WHYY

Speakers to Date:
Laurie Actman, Chief Operating Officer, Penn Center for Innovation
Nick Crider, CEO & Co-Founder, Phytosys LLC
Lisa Gray, Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Phoenix IP Ventures
Lee Huang
, Sr. Vice President & Principal, Econsult Solutions, Inc.
Kevin O'Toole, Senior Vice President and General Manager, New Business Solutions, Comcast Corporation


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Camden County Regional Chamber of Commerce Member Ticket
MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce Member Ticket
New Castle County Chamber of Commerce Member Ticket
Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce Member Ticket
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