Save the Date
A Presentation of Tomorrow
January 26,2013, 8:30am – 1:30pm
At the ROC in Santa Monica
604 Arizona, Santa Monica, CA 90401
As a business associate, friend, or principal of a business that might have an interest in commercializing the following technologies, the Board of Directors of The Early X Foundation thought you will want to join us for the following very memorable event.
Please plan to join us as we present the public premiere of IP invented by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, with Market Entry Plans created primarily by Pepperdine MBAs. We promise you have never seen anything like this event.
The Early X Foundation considers these market entry plans as Deal Flow to be licensed to sophisticated entrepreneurs, technology investors and companies looking to expand market potential.
Featuring Multiple Market Entry Plans for:
CHAMPION - a massively scalable software platform that mimics the neo-cortex of the brain so as to be self-learning. Originally developed at the Pacific Northwest National Lab, one of the Dept. of Homeland Security’s main R&D facilities, to locate "persons of interest" (aka terrorists). Potential applications include online marketing - think person of interest is "target" consumer. http://i4.pnnl.gov/focusareas/acamp.stm. Using the Early X Process, we discovered 68 potential commercial applications.
Multiple Market Entry Plans have been created and will be presented on:
- Web / mobile commerce and customer profiles
- Health and
- Energy and Resource Management
- Online Education and Learning
ALUMINIDE –a coating method that can provide lower grade metal or ceramic substrates the non-corrosive characteristics of much higher cost materials (industrial piping, fabricated metal sheeting, medical devices etc.) and also have harder surface strengths to increase longevity in harsh environments. Think “poor man’s stainless steel”. Also developed at PNNL. Using the Early X Process we initially discovered 40 potential commercial applications.
Market Entry Plans have been created and will be presented on:
- Reinforcement Steel
- Steel Panels
The Early X Board
Larry Cox, PhD, Foundation President
Scott Fennel, Foundation Chief Science Officer
Brett Johnson, Board Member
Todd Miller, Atty, Foundation Chief IP Officer
John Shearer, Foundation Chief Technology Officer
Michael Sims, Foundation CEO
G. Marie Talnack, PhD, Co-Founder
Jim Winett, Foundation CFO/COO
Contact info for any questions:
Michael Sims email@example.com
Jim Winett firstname.lastname@example.org
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Early X Foundation
Brilliant innovators collaborating with exceptional business executives, supported by entrepreneurial MBA’s & law students to create multiple new monetization opportunities for IP using the Early X Process.
The Early X Foundation is a California non‐profit organization created to provide educational support to univerity, government, non-profit research laboratories and other entities to strengthen, monetize and extract the maximum amount of value from intellectual property assets.
It fulfills this goal by developing and operating educational events, competitions, training and activities to enhance the ability of businesses and research entities to work more closely together to improve the value of pre-patent disclosures, patent applications and existing patents. The Foundation utilizes proven creativity and innovation methods to enhance the prospects of furthering intellectual property-backed businesses and jobs.