Innovation Engines™ Sponsors Seminar On What Tools Are Needed To Win in Business
Mountain View, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2005 -- Innovation Engines™, a Silicon
Valley based company, today initiated a special start-up entrepreneur session of
their seminar on “Winning at Innovation” led by C. Josh Abend. His background
includes heading up SRI's International Innovation Center, where he orchestrated
many innovation programs for world-class companies such as Yamaha, GE, Carrier
Abend has been working with a stealth team during the past several years, distilling their experience and tools into a patent pending system. He was recently coaxed into sharing some of his knowledge in the form of a corporate business seminar series. Today, a special “start-up edition” of the seminar series was launched at Girvan Institute of Technology for the companies at the incubator.
Dr. Paul Coleman, President of Girvan Institute of Technology, commented, "The Girvan Institute of Technology (GIRVAN) supports its vision of forming collaborative partnerships that accelerate the development and application of cutting-edge technologies by providing its customers and partners with a variety of services. This includes serving as a center for innovation. Focusing on how innovation works and understanding what it takes to win is a crucial competitive weapon for business today.”
Dr. Coleman was recently identified of one of the top “Innovators and Visionaries” in the global space enterprise by Space News in their 15th Anniversary Special: 100 Who Made a Difference.
About Innovation Engines™
Innovation Engines™ provides integrated tools and controls designed to enable companies to harness innovation consistently. Additional information about the company and its patent pending technology and solutions can be accessed at www.innovationengines.com or call Bob O’Hagan at 1-408-200-7463.
About Girvan Institute of Technology
The Girvan Institute of Technology was established in 2002 as a non-profit California corporation oriented towards helping affiliated early-stage high-tech firms commercialize new technology of specific interest to NASA and other agencies of the Federal government. Girvan's mission includes incubation and support of new companies or elements of existing companies devoted to the commercialization of innovative new technologies, as well as fostering, supporting, and/or managing collaborative R&D projects, programs and organizations, education, educational outreach and workforce development. Girvan specifically works aggressively toward the goals of attracting investment capital for its affiliates and expanding the potential base of basic research and technology development partners.
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