5th Annual NanoBusiness 2006, Nanotechnology's Most Influential Business and Policy Conference, Returns to New York Next Week.NEW YORK New York, state, United States
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New York City
City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. next week, from May 17 - 19, 2006. After 4 years downtown, NanoBusiness 2006 will be moving uptown to the larger Marriott Marquis in Times Square, to better accommodate its growing community of attendees, sponsors and exhibitors. Complete event information can be found online at www.nanobusiness2006.com.
NanoBusiness 2006 is expected to attract hundreds of business leaders, investors, venture capitalists Venture Capitalist
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"Over the five years we have been producing our NanoBusiness Conferences, we've seen a significant shift in the issues and concerns that interest those in the industry," said Nathan Tinker, co-founder of the NanoBusiness Alliance and Conference Chairman. "With this fast pace of change, it's been a challenge to anticipate these changes and program a conference that will be relevant both today and tomorrow, but our longevity longevity (lŏnjĕv`ĭtē), term denoting the length or duration of the life of an animal or plant, often used to indicate an unusually long life. and large loyal audience are proof that we are indeed delivering education and community to the numerous and varied industries involved in the commercialization of nanotechnology products."
Conference highlights include:
--Keynotes from top executives at GE, Proctor A person appointed to manage the affairs of another or to represent another in a judgment.
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--Over 70 speakers from major corporations, investment firms, startups and government.
--Investors Forum Day - CEOs from over 20 publicly and privately-traded companies will make presentations on their technologies, products, markets and corporate strategies.
--Sessions on regulatory policy, and Environmental, Health and Safety Issues
--Foley & Lardner Programs - Building a Successful Nanotech Venture from Startup to the A Round; and Nanotech Patents and Environmental Policy
--America-Israel Chamber of Commerce conference, designed to facilitate exploration of research and commercial relationships between US and Israeli companies The top 10 Israeli companies by sales are:
--IEEE Nanoelectronics Standards Roadmap Workshop
--International Nanotech Opportunities
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--Protecting Your Nano Assets
--Nanotech for Dummies
In addition to the sessions, NanoBusiness 2006 will feature numerous exhibits and networking receptions, where the true leaders in the industry meet to make contacts.
"This year's NanoBusiness event is our largest and most comprehensive to date, and we're proud of the program we are presenting," said Vincent Caprio, Vice President of the NanoBusiness Alliance and Event Director. "The event provides an important opportunity for Wall Street to meet all the companies driving the nanotech revolution, fueling investments and the development of real products. We believe our attendees will find this to be the most valuable NanoBusiness event yet."
A complete event schedule, as well as registration information, can be obtained online at http://www.nanobusiness2006.com.
About The NanoBusiness Alliance
The NanoBusiness Alliance is the industry association for the emerging nanotechnology industry. Through its extensive network of leading startups, Fortune 500 companies, research institutions, non-governmental organizations “NGO” redirects here. For other uses, see NGO (disambiguation).
A non-governmental organization (NGO) is a legally constituted organization created by private persons or organizations with no participation or representation of any government. and public-private partnerships Public-private partnership (PPP) describes a government service or private business venture which is funded and operated through a partnership of government and one or more private sector companies. These schemes are sometimes referred to as PPP or P3. , the Alliance shapes nanotechnology policy and helps accelerate the commercialization of nanotechnology innovations. The NanoBusiness Alliance has offices in New York, Chicago, Connecticut and Washington, DC. For more information, visit http://www.nanobusiness.org.