Sunday, May 29, 2011

VisionInvent Joins Wennovation Platform



In fulfillment of the vision of LoftyInc, as operators of the Wennovation Program, for its use as a bridge to tap into West Africa's enormous human resources in the Diaspora for economic development, LoftyInc Allied Partners Limited is pleased to announce a first of its kind alliance with VisionInvent Inc on the stable of newly launched program known as the Wennovation Platform

VisionInvent is a design and engineering firm based in Austin, Texas and co-founded by Mr. Modupe Ajibola in 2008. A provider of hi-tech engineering, manufacturing, networking and sales services for more than two dozen innovative products, it also holds differing degrees of intellectual property protections/rights on these products singly or with top technology partners (OEMs). VisionInvent is led by Modupe Ajibola, a technology prodigy originally from Nigeria, working on over half a dozen patents applications developed in his firm. He is a graduate of Texas A & M University, and also a serial inventor and entrepreneur. 

The program developed by LoftyInc ( i.e. the Wennovation Platform) allows technologists, inventors and hi-tech entrepreneurs overseas use the "Wennovation Advantage" to build their brand, pursue projects, obtain sales and manage/execute contracts or projects wins in Nigeria, while still largely maintaining their primary residence and home office overseas. 
L-R: LoftyInc Partners, Wole Odetayo & Michael Oluwagbemi,
VisionInvent Modupe Ajibola & LoftyInc Assoc. Kingsley Onoriode
LoftyInc is proud to count VisionInvent USA and her Nigerian Subsidiary - PrimeCo Hall Limited, as the first organization taking advantage of this program. The alliance was officially kicked off on May 2, 2011 during a visit of a joint LoftyInc-Vision Invent team to the Wennovation Hub that is already yielding positive sales results to the latter organization. 

Among the products being pushed by VisionInvent in the market includes environmental sensor technologies, biometric technology solutions, back-up power applications, power regeneration and energy harnessing technologies, LED/Billboard/Electronic promotional solutions, specialty technology items as well as multi-platform consumer products like tablets and extension screen solutions for homes and offices. See VisionInvent/PrimeCo Hall Brochure.  

Speaking about his collaboration with LoftyInc, Modupe insists that "providing a program and platform by which technology developed by Nigerians overseas can be accessible to those at home, provides a collaborative framework for transforming Nigeria's economy using all her resources at home and abroad". LoftyInc looks forward to many years of productive alliance between our organizations.

The "Wennovation Platform" provides office location, project management tools and staff, as well as network and contacts to its members. For more information contact us at ideaslab@loftyincltd.biz or visit www.wennovationhub.com 

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LoftyInc congratulates our legal advisor/consultant, Barrister Tomi Lagundoye on her recent completion of a Masters Degree in Law program at the University of Texas Austin. Prior to her LLM program, Tomi graduated with a degree in Law (LLB) from the University of Ibadan before proceeding to the Nigeria Law School (BL) and was called to bar in 2007. Thereafter, she worked at the prestigious law chambers of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie in Lagos focusing on Commercial Law especially in the Oil & Gas Sector. During her stint at University of Texas, she served as Staff Editor at the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law. 

Barr. Tomi Lagundoye and LoftyInc Exec Partner, Michael Oluwagbemi
at UT Law 2011 Sunflower Ceremony  
The LoftyInc family congratulates Tomi on her achievement, and wish her good luck in her future endeavors. Tomi formally joined the ranks of proud Longhorn lawyers at a unique "Sunflower Ceremony" held on the grounds of Frank Erwin, Jr. Special Events Center, at UT Austin on Saturday May 21 2011.

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