Apex, NC, December 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Laura A. Schoppe, president of Fuentek, LLC (www.fuentek.com), has announced that Debora Good has joined Fuentek as a technology transfer consultant. In this position, Good studies new technologies, identifies those with promise and then contacts applicable companies to determine commercial potential for use of those technologies. She has already successfully secured a commercial license for a NASA-developed battery power limiting technology. Bringing 13 years of experience to Fuentek, Good also helps clients improve their effectiveness by matching their needs with the best new technologies. Prior to joining Fuentek, Good worked with a number of technology companies, including Square D Company (where she invented a patented technology), Siemens, Nortel and Tyco Electronics. Good is a member of the Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers’ Power and Energy Society and previously chaired the Power and Energy Society’s local chapter.
“We are excited that Debora Good has joined our Fuentek team,” said Schoppe. “Her wealth of knowledge and experience coupled with her commitment to making the world a better place through technology has had a positive impact on our company and our clients.”
- Good graduated from Ohio State University with a bachelor of science in electrical engineering.
- She resides in Cary, N.C. with her husband and son.
About Fuentek, LLC:
Fuentek, LLC is a consulting firm that provides intellectual property and technology management services. With a specialization in technology commercialization, Fuentek works with a wide variety of clients to identify promising technologies and assist them in converting their ideas and inventions into marketable products. Drawing upon its unique combination of technical, business and commercialization expertise, the firm is the largest NASA contractor in North Carolina and has helped organizations around the world find the technology they need. Led by Laura A. Schoppe, a 2008 recipient of the prestigious Triangle Business Journal Women In Business award, Fuentek also offers training workshops, guidebooks and Web sites to help clients improve effectiveness in managing their intellectual property. DiversityBusiness.com has recognized Fuentek as a top women-owned, diversity-owned and small business in North Carolina for the past four consecutive years. The firm has received numerous awards for its work, including an entrepreneurial Pinnacle Business Award from the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. Fuentek was most recently named a finalist in the NCTA 21 awards in the category of most innovative technology company. For more information, please call (919) 249-0327 or visit Fuentek’s Web site at www.fuentek.com.
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