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Emergent Technologies Selected to Serve 50 of the World’s Most Innovative Companies
Date:9/19/2013

Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 19, 2013

Emergent Technologies, Inc. (Emergent), a leading innovation solutions company, and Innovators International, a private, invitation only collaboration of senior innovation leaders, announced today a partnership where Emergent will provide Innovation International members access to its pipeline of novel technologies and innovation services ranging from consulting to technology scouting.

“Emergent is excited about partnering with Innovators International, a recognized world leader in the development and application of best practices in innovation,” said Thomas Harlan, Emergent Founder and CEO. “Their member companies that include 3M, Patagonia, Pepsi, and NASA just to name a few, represent the top innovators across a wide cross section of industries actively looking for novel ways to differentiate their products or businesses; innovative solutions that Emergent can provide through our expansive technology portfolio and extensive market experience.”

“We looked at many venture funds and technology sourcing firms but chose Emergent because of their collaborative model and their great success in helping Patagonia invent the world’s first waterproof down,” stated Uri Neren, Innovators International Founder and CEO. “Emergent clearly has the passion and knowledge to help our member companies bring differentiated technology into the market.”

About Emergent Technologies, Inc.

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Emergent Technologies, Inc. (Emergent) is a leading innovation solutions company that identifies, manages, develops and partners to turn game-changing scientific discoveries into market-driven products. Emerg
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