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Mr. Perea will discuss the unique product and funding issues of clean tech ventures, the unusual adoption risks they face compared with other technology markets, and the lessons learned in trying to change the market from industries with decades-long fixed practices.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Presentation at 6:30 p.m.
Seating is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your space.
Carlos Perea is the Chairman of MIOX Corporation, a technology company that is creating value by focusing to solve one of the world’s most pressing issues: the need for affordable, safe, and healthy water. MIOX’s patented water disinfection technology replaces the need to purchase, transport and store dangerous chemicals. MIOX is used in over 30 countries and in hundreds of communities across the U.S. for public drinking water systems, water reuse projects, and a variety of commercial and industrial applications by making chemicals more cost effective, safer and better for the environment.
Before joining MIOX, Carlos was the founding and managing partner of Entrada Ventures, a special acquisition fund. He has also served as the President of Qynergy Coporation, an alternative energy company, CFO of Novalux, a semi conductor laser company, and has held many roles at Intel including Manufacturing Manager where he was responsible for a significant portion of the company’s water processing.
Carlos earned his B.S. Mechanical Engineering degree from UNM and his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.
|The McKinnon Distinguished CEO Lecture Series was created in 2010 by Anderson alum, Sonnet McKinnon, and her husband, D. Ian McKinnon, as an expression of their commitment to UNM and the Anderson School.
This endowed CEO Lecture Series will be held once or twice a year and will provide a glimpse into the minds of successful entrepreneurs and business leaders. These distinguished lecturers will articulate lessons learned and provide insight into our complex business world. Alumni, friends and the business community will benefit from discussions ranging from business ethics to practical applications of academic theory. Lectures are free and open to the public.
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