Calling all Entrepreneurs: InnovationWorks with Tyco Security Products

Tyco Security Products is pleased to announce a new program called InnovationWorks with Tyco Security Products. Whether you are a technology start-up or an established global presence, the InnovationWorks team wants to hear from you.  We have a proven track record in investment, acquisition and growth.  We are adopting new products, services, markets and embracing new entrepreneurs to drive innovation.  The InnovationWorks program helps innovators and entrepreneurs bring new and advanced ideas to the marketplace.  

Innovators interested in this unique opportunity must complete and submit an online application detailing the company’s history, profile, present funding, channels and unique selling points. Submissions will be reviewed by the Tyco Security Products InnovationWorks team: Anita Santos, vice president of marketing, Tyco Security Products and an SEC-accredited investor and owner of Ascend Investments LLC, an angel investment firm; as well as Robert Locke, vice president of corporate development for Tyco, along with other Tyco Security Products senior management members.

Selected InnovationWorks applicants will be invited to present their business ideas and goals at the InnovationWorks Summit, April 15-17, 2015, in Las Vegas -- in conjunction with the ISC West conference and exhibition.

“Tyco Security Products is committed to investing in innovative technology that can further enrich our product offerings to our customers and provide benefits to our shareholders,” said Santos. “The InnovationWorks program provides the opportunity for entrepreneurs to gain support from one of the world leaders in security technology. We encourage all those with creative products and ideas to submit an application on the InnovationWorks website.”

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