The High Desert Discovery District (HD3) – the state’s privately lead high technology start-up accelerator – and its partners New Mexico Consortium and Los Alamos Commerce and Development Center – have announced they will extend the Los Alamos Discovery Day application deadline to Jan. 7.
All innovators from across New Mexico are encouraged to apply.
Discovery Day will take place Feb. 5-6 in Los Alamos and April 23-24 in Farmington, respectively. Jaynes Corporation will sponsor the Los Alamos event, and ConocoPhillips will sponsor the Farmington event.
Each Discovery Day will present a new format for this signature HD3 activity to accommodate the region’s distinctive culture, networking desires and innovation base. The New Mexico Consortium and LACDC Discovery Day will offer a new two-day format that will allow for broad participation from Los Alamos County and beyond.
The purpose of the HD3 Discovery Day is to offer New Mexico innovators the opportunity to vet and discuss their innovation, their challenges, strategy and market promise in front of a highly experienced group of business achievers. Each HD3 advisor has extensive experience in matching technology opportunities with needs in the marketplace, product development, investment strategy, marketing and sales, management, valuations and exits. In addition to their experience, each advisor also brings a wide international network of contacts and resources that are tapped to accelerate the most promising discoveries.
Each presentation and discussion time is limited to 30 minutes, and all panel presentations are conducted in a private setting to allow for the maximum of sensitive and proprietary business and technological information to be shared; and a fluidity of discussion, strategy and suggestions to occur. All Discovery Day discussions remain confidential.