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Who: Paul Striebel
What: Inside CCAT Ð Advanced Manufacturing and Beyond!
Where: Fairfield University Library Room 101
When: 7:00PM Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017
Cost: Admission is Free

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Inside CCAT Ð Advanced Manufacturing and Beyond!

Abstract

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology is a continually evolving resource in the state. Its Mission is to create and execute bold ideas advancing applied technologies, IT strategies, energy solutions, STEM education and career development that help others succeed. In little more than 10 years, hear how CCAT has become a nationally recognized technology leader and what they are doing to help manufacturers, academia, government, entrepreneurs and nonprofit organizations thrive.

Biography

Paul Striebel is an inventor, entrepreneur and President of KK Manufacturing headquartered in South Windsor, CT. He also coordinates the statewide Connecticut Business Incubator Network (CBIN) and is a managing member of the business incubator run by the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) in East Hartford. Additionally, he administers a grant program sponsored by the Department of Economic and Community Development that provides financial assistance to Connecticut Manufacturers.

Before taking an active role in Economic Development ten years ago, Mr. Striebel held various management positions in the Aerospace, Firearms and Packaging Industries. He holds a B.S. Degree in Accounting from Bryant University and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Paul Striebel Program Manager Finance Department The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Inc. 222 Pitkin Street East Hartford, CT 06108 office: 860-282-4231 fax: 860-282-4296 pstriebel@ccat.us


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This presentation made possible by support from IACT, The Inventors Association of Connecticut,
The Dolan School of Business and the School of Engineering at Fairfield University.
Copyright 2016 The Inventors Association of Connecticut



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