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Right now, we’d like to tell you about the 24 Hours of Technology Commercialization being developed by Panidea.
Panidea Inc. proudly announces the upcoming program, “24 Hours of Technology”, a global online program with a focus on technology commercialization. The program will be on Wednesday, July 13, 2011 with programs in Asia and will chase the sun across Asia, Australia, The Middle East, Europe, Africa, South America and North America. Speakers across the world will talk about their country, their programs, and their ideas, in a series of thirty minute presentations. By having live presentations in local time zones, we will demonstrate the movement of innovation around the globe.
Personal relationships are key in the growth and development of successes in the marketplace. We would like to present a forum for the creation of these relationships.
We are a global organization seeking to provide a common forum for technology commercialization professionals to discuss issues. The role and place of technology commercialization in the economic processes of entrepreneurs, universities, corporations, governments, and economic development organizations has become blended to justify a single concerted effort to share information.
We need to develop a network for technology evaluation and share information on the advancement of ideas and create processes for sharing ideas and issues. Our challenges are not local or national in scope, but are global. New ideas in one country will lead to financial opportunities and jobs in other countries. The earth is flat, and we need to work together to advance our shared economic requirements.
We would like you to join us, and become part of a world community for economic development.
We have many shared concerns in the technology marketplace. We need to understand the value of commercialization strategies, locally and globally. Ideas and technologies which may not have a role in one market may be critical to another market. Through sharing information, we can seek to find homes for ideas and technologies in new markets.
Our legal and regulatory organizations move behind technology. Frequently, decisions are made which affect us without our knowledge or input. We intend to be a forum for the discussion of these ideas and understand the effect of patent regulations, immigration policies, environmental marketplaces, and research advancements on our world views.