Archive for Thursday, January 25, 2007

Lawrence mentors join KTEC Pipeline

January 25, 2007


Two Lawrence businessmen have signed on to serve as mentors for up-and-coming innovators selected for special training and support through the Kansas Technology Enterprise Corp.

Sam Campbell, chairman and CEO of CritiTech Inc., and Rob Herington, chairman and CEO of SecondNine Inc., were named Wednesday as among 10 mentors in the KTEC Pipeline, KTEC's entrepreneurial program.

KTEC's initial class of Pipeline innovators - whose members each receive a $36,000 stipend and other benefits - include three from Lawrence: Clint Batman, president and co-founder of ThinkGeo LLC; Lisa Friis, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering at Kansas University and a partner in Sunflower Biotechnology Group LLC; and George Laurence, founder of Monocle Technologies Inc.


Aiko 10 years, 4 months ago

ThinkGeo,LLC is a joke of a company! It's president boldly lies to both their customer's as well as their employees. Do not work for this company! Beware!

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