YASUYUKI MOTOYAMA ANNOUNCED AS SPEAKER

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 16, 2014

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SITE SELECTORS GUILD ANNOUNCES YASUYUKI MOTOYAMA, SENIOR SCHOLAR IN RESEARCH AND POLICY, EWING MARION KAUFFMAN FOUNDATION, AS CONFERENCE SPEAKER

LITTLE ROCK, AR (January 16, 2014) – The Site Selectors Guild Inc. (SSG) has announced Yasuyuki Motoyama as a speaker for their 2014 Annual Conference in Denver, CO. Yasuyuki Motoyama is a Senior Scholar in Research and Policy at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. His main research areas are regional ecosystem of entrepreneurship, drivers of high-growth companies and university-industry relations. Prior to joining the Kauffman Foundation, Motoyama was a postdoctoral fellow with the Center for Nanotechnology in Society at the University of California, Santa Barbara, where he was researching the process of commercialization and globalization of nanotechnology.

Motoyama will be presenting the topic “Measuring and Ranking Innovations and Entrepreneurship at the State Level” at the conference.

Yasuyaki Motoyama will join Joel Kotin and Amy Liu as speakers for the 2014 Site Selectors Guild Conference in Denver, CO.

About The Site Selectors Guild

The Site Selectors Guild is a professional association comprised of the world’s most respected site selection consultants. The mission of The Site Selectors Guild is to advance the profession of international corporate site selection by promoting the profession and providing education, networking and other services to those involved in the industry.

All members of The Site Selectors Guild have been nominated and approved by their industry peers. As the first and only group of its kind, the Site Selectors Guild brings together a dynamic network of site selectors from around the world, combining their talent and expertise to create an invaluable resource, unmatched in its quality, for both corporations seeking site selection assistance and economic development organizations.

For more information see www.siteselectorsguild.com