C&W relying mostly on relationships to market RMCIT
Bill Murphree of Cumberland & Western, owner of the RMCIT property, said his company, along with the Northern Colorado Economic Development Corp. and the City of Loveland, are using "traditional" channels to get the word out about the technology park.
This means leveraging business-to-business relationships at regional, national and international levels to find companies that are looking to expand or relocate in the former Agilent Technologies campus, Murphree said.
Murphree joined NASA officials and others in the technology-transfer field at a city-sponsored breakfast and gathering on Wednesday as part of the City of Loveland Economic Development's Innovation and Technology Showcase.
The showcase took place at the RMCIT and featured some of the key players in the center's development. It was designed in part to underscore NASA's drive to commercialize its technology by finding companies willing and able to find new ways to bring that technology to
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