New American Fortune 500 in 2019: Top American Companies and Their Immigrant Roots

Immigrant entrepreneurs have long been an important part of America’s economic success story. Some of the largest and most recognizable American companies were founded by immigrants or the children of immigrants, including household names such as Apple and Costco, as well as newcomers to the Fortune 500 list like Broadcom and Intuit. Even Levi’s was created by two immigrants, Levi Strauss from Germany and Jacob Davis from Latvia, who invented that now iconic staple of the American wardrobe—blue jeans.

Since our first New American Fortune 500 report in 2011, NAE found that more than two out of every five Fortune 500—the 500 largest corporation by revenue in the country—had at least one immigrant or child-of-immigrant founder. This pattern has continued over the years since. This year, we find that an even higher, share—almost 45 percent—of Fortune 500 companies,were founded by immigrants or their children.

https://data.newamericaneconomy.org/en/fortune500-2019/

Fishtech Awards – Startup Pitching Competition – Innovations in Seafood Supply Chain

I would like to invite you to the Fishtech Awards, a startup pitching competition organised in partnership with the biggest seafood show in the world China Fisheries & Seafood Expo on 8th November 2018.

At Fishtech Awards, we’re bringing together major players in the seafood industry, innovative startups and investors to celebrate and to accelerate innovation – right at the centre of the global seafood market. Simply put, there isn’t a more efficient way to find new business opportunities in fishtech, in China and globally than by attending Fishtech Awards.

As a successful company in the seafood space, we think you would benefit from the networking opportunities during the awards with potential partners, customers, suppliers, and investors. This will also be a unique chance for you to meet directly with startups and innovators who are working on solutions for traceability, farming management and other pressing needs.

At Fishtech Awards, we believe that thanks to the emerging technology, we have now reached the momentum to significantly improve the entire seafood supply chain and to turn innovation into business. Fishtech Awards is our commitment to accelerate progress in the seafood industry – we’re here to create opportunities for new, meaningful connections to take place.

Fishtech Awards is free to attend and we would be most delighted to have you on board!

You can register here https://fishtechawards.com/registration/visitors/.

This is the inaugural year of the Fishtech Awards and we’re committed to making it a memorable one. Do you know people in your network who might benefit from joining us? As we’re trying to reach as many relevant people as possible, we would be most grateful if could you help us spread the word about the event. You can do so simply by posting the below call to action on your social media or by forwarding this email invitation to the people in your circle, who you think might benefit from joining.

“Join Fishtech Awards, the hub for seafood innovation at the China Fisheries & Seafood Expo! Free general attendance. Startups apply at https://fishtechawards.com/.”

We hope you are as excited as we are about the future ahead of us. If you have any specific thoughts about how you would like to get involved in the event and you would like to discuss them, we would love to hear from you. Otherwise, see you on 8th November!

Best regards on behalf of FishTech Awards,

Enrique Vázquez

VP Business Development                                     

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Sao Paulo 14, 1ª, Of. 1

35008 Las Palmas G.C. (Spain)

Cell (Spain): + 34 661297171

E-mail: enrique@fishtechawards.com

www.fishtechawards.com

Skype: evazgon

Technology Commercialization Support – Global Projects

The Neutrino Donut recently provided consulting support for international technology evaluation and commercialization programs.  Specific challenges in the identification of customers outside the home country were of issues.  For medical devices, a process of market entry and evaluation was key.