Peter Balbus to Speak at nanoTX'06 Nanotechnology Conference in Dallas, Texas

Recognized futurist and technology commercialization expert to speak at global nanotechnology conference on September 28.

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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) August 2, 2006

Pragmaxis, LLC a Chicago based business strategy and technology commercialization consulting firm, announced today that founder and managing director Peter G. Balbus will be a speaker at the nanoTX'06 conference being held September 26-28 in Dallas, TX.

Balbus' presentation is titled "What's Next in Nanotech Commercialization?" He will emphasize where the current state of commercializable nanotechnology is and where specific investable opportunities are likely to emerge over the next 1-3 years. Balbus is a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a degree in chemical engineering and has completed executive programs in strategy and finance at the University of Chicago. He has nearly 25 years of business strategy and technology commercialization experience, and in addition to his consulting work also serves at President of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Chicago.

H. Ross Perot of Dallas, internationally renowned business leader and two time Presidential candidate, will open nanoTX'06 September 27. Chosen in 2004 as one of history's 10 greatest entrepreneurs, Mr. Perot is known to have followed advances in nanotechnology since 1999. Today Mr. Perot is heavily invested in nanotechnology firms with undervalued intellectual property rights, including trademarks, trade secrets, patents and copyrightable material. His opening message on the business of nanotechnology will be riveting, bringing new insights in his most quotable style.

About Pragmaxis LLC

Pragmaxis LLC is a management consulting group that specializes in assisting executives in defining and operationalizing top-line growth initiatives, open innovation programs and technology commercialization strategies. The group helps senior executives understand how their industries are likely to change in the next 3-5 years and what steps they should implement today to achieve and sustain competitive advantage in the future. Industries served include manufacturing, logistics and distribution, consumer packaged goods, financial services, high-tech, electronics and telecommunications.

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