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Silicon Valley Veteran Launches New Venture on the “nanoEdge” of the Emerging Nanotechnology Revolution
Date:12/1/2009

need a bigger network and higher levels of access. And you have to be able to envision and execute across multiple disciplines and industries.

“Our goal at nanoEdge™ is to help our clients productize and commercialize their intellectual properties to maximum advantage. Licensing, technology transfer, reengineering and design, new product development, mergers or acquisitions, venture capital, joint ventures, strategic partnerships – we’ll leverage our networks and whichever channels and strategies will produce the best business and financial outcomes for each client.

“I started my first technology company when I was 20 and I’ve ridden a lot of market waves up and down over the years. But when I look out at the emerging nanospace and the technologies that are now in the lab or getting ready to launch, I can’t see an end to this new wave – to the potential applications and their impacts. I can’t think of an industry or area of life that won’t be affected.

“And I can’t think of anywhere else I’d rather invest than right here – on the 'nanoEdge' of the next technology revolution.”

About Michael R. Drapp:
Mr. Drapp has a track record of forecasting and leveraging emerging market and technology trends. His visionary 'outside-of-the-box' opportunity analysis and business execution have resulted in triple-digit revenue growth for the companies he has founded or worked for. In addition to executive-level experience with companies that include Fujitsu, Hitachi, Wang, Xerox and Hewlett-Packard, Mr. Drapp has served as CEO and founder of seven companies that have produced over a billion dollars in aggregate global revenue.

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