InnoVenture 2006 Will Connect Region's Dynamic Resources
GREENVILLE, S.C., Feb. 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Opportunities for economic anchors of the Southeast, the region's greatest minds and venture capitalists from around the country to meet each other, stimulating growth and creativity --- this is a primary goal of InnoVenture 2006, says President John Warner. March 28-29, this conference will host individuals and organizations at Greenville's Palmetto Expo Center. The agenda InnoVenture 2006 was recently announced, and is available at http://www.innoventurese.com.
On March 29, approximately 50 companies will be represented in the conference's Innovation Hall. This popular element of InnoVenture will feature sessions with emerging companies and inventors from throughout the Southeast, facilitating convenient introductions and meetings between the region's economic innovators. Dr. Todd Wright of the Savannah River National Lab will open Innovation Hall as the morning's speaker; Dr. Walter Alessandrini of Ometric will be the featured luncheon speaker.
"InnoVenture 2006 promises to be another exciting, successful event. Representatives from major research organizations and entrepreneurial companies will collaborate over the course of two days, so that every participant can build relationships to help them grow and create wealth," says John Warner, chairman.
Also at the conference, major economic anchors of the Southeastern Innovation Corridor -- including Michelin, Clemson University and the University of South Carolina -- will present their visions for the region's future. For more information about InnoVenture 2006, March 28-29 at the Palmetto Expo Center in Greenville, SC, visit http://www.InnoVentureSE.com.
InnoVenture is an annual Southeastern innovation conference to increase innovations at major companies, universities and government labs and to help high-impact companies grow.