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Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - Fireside Chat: Scott Badenoch, Badenoch LLC

 

 


The Fireside Growth Series (Fireside Chats) is interactive and designed to educate emerging entrepreneurs on the trials and tribulations of creating a successful business, with real stories of business success. During each session, presented by a successful entrepreneur, the speaker will discuss challenges, solutions and successes; they will tell their story!


  BADENOCH, LLC
Science, Invention, Design
in Defense & Energy

Presented by Scott Badenoch, CEO

Recipient of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Matching Funds Program (MD.MFP) Award

Tuesday, December 10, 2013
12 - 1 p.m.

Macomb-OU INCubator
at Velocity Collaboration Center
6633 18 Mile Road, Sterling Heights, Mich. 48314
Located on 18 Mile between Mound and Van Dyke.




In 2002, Scott Badenoch Sr. ended a thirty-year career in product development and marketing at ITW, Raychem, General Motors and Delphi to join the professional faculty at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Throughout his career, he ran advanced groups developing new concepts, technologies and markets. The range of successful products included the angioplasty balloon, the FASTEX plastic buckle, construction fasteners, automotive electronic stability control, the repositioning of the Cadillac brand, and survivable military vehicles.

Along the way, he sharpened his competitive edge with a variety of motor racing teams including Hendrick (NASCAR), Newman-Haas and Kelley Racing (Indy 500), helping win several major championships.

In 2005, Scott founded Badenoch LLC to work on defense and energy. Clients include major corporations, private equity groups, high net worth individuals, institutes, the United States Government and military. He is a graduate of Princeton University where he was a University Scholar. He holds over 150 records of invention, patents, and trade secrets and is the winner of the Kettering Award for technical innovation in the auto industry.

On his feet, Badenoch is poised, articulate and inspirational, spinning a vision easily embraced by people of all stations be they in the corridors of power or the inventor's laboratory.

This event is free; however, registration is required.

For more information on this Fireside Chat, or to register, call Joan Carleton at (586) 884-9324 or email macINC@oakland.edu.

 
                            


 

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