Connecticut Technology Council selects PCI as a Tech Company to Watch
The Connecticut Technology Council has named Precision Combustion, Inc. as a Tech Company to Watch, Class of 2010. Each year, the Council honors early stage technology companies in Connecticut that display the best potential for future business success.
Selectees include emerging software technology companies, promising green tech companies, internet and new media businesses representing a wide range of tech clusters. The companies will participate in a technology showcase recognizing their innovation and potential as early emerging technology companies, as part of the Cantor Colburn/ CCAT Innovation & Entrepreneurship Summit on September 30 at the Omni Hotel in New Haven. Other Summit activities that day include the Northeast Angel Capital Association Summit and the fourth annual Innovation Pipeline Awards. At last year’s Innovation Pipeline event, PCI won the Most New Patents Award.
Senator Christopher Dodd (D) has also been invited to deliver remarks and will be honored for his service to Connecticut and work to protect angels in the Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010.
For more information, visit 2010 Companies to Watch.
Precision Combustion, Inc. (www.precision-combustion.com) is a clean energy technology company developing and manufacturing catalytic devices and systems for energy sector applications. To learn more, visit www.precision-combustion.com.
For more information, contact: Tony Anderson
Manager, Marketing and Business Development