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Green Bay, WI, United States, 2008/12/04 - It was announced today that the Council for Innovation (CFI) has launched their interactive website AeroInnovate.org to connect Innovators and Enablers within the Aerospace industry.
AeroInnovate.org brings new aerospace-related technology to the forefront by creating a consortium for sharing ideas and forging relationships to advance innovation. AeroInnovate.org acts as a platform where investors, established aerospace firms and innovative start up efforts within the industry connect and engage in taking their ideas to the next level. The AeroInnovate.org community has the opportunity to connect face to face at “AeroInnovate Live 2009” hosted in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on May 13-14, 2009.
“AeroInnovators” can showcase their innovations on the interactive website within a community consisting of “Innovators” and “Enablers” – companies, investors and others who can help Innovators commercialize their innovations. “AeroInnovate.org is like a MySpace for the aerospace industry,” Paul Jones, President of the Council for Innovation, referring to the popular social community. “It’s a place where Innovators can share their ideas with potential investors and partners to turn their dreams into reality. AeroInnovate is new tool for anyone that works in the industry and wants to promote innovation. A place where ideas can take flight.”
Some features of the personalized AeroInnovate website include:
• Free Comprehensive Innovator profiles;
• The ability for Enablers to showcase what they can bring to the innovation table;
• Information on the upcoming event: AeroInnovate Live 2009;
• A dynamic and engaging forum dedicated to the Aerospace industry.
AeroInnovate (aeroinnovate.org) is a production of the Council for Innovation (CFI). Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, CFI is an organization by, for and about high-impact businesses. Since 2006, CFI has been facilitating the exchange and delivery of information, intelligence, and knowledge throughout a distributed network of innovators, entrepreneurs, investors and the people who support them.
Meridith Jaeger, Council for Innovation
347 City Center - Oshkosh, WI 54901