NAIPEC Taps Development Expert Constantine Dantoulis for Advisory Role
NAIPEC has announced that it has invited renowned Strategic, Operational and Business Analytics Executive, Constantine Dantoulis, to join its advisory council.
NAIPEC is a Non-Profit organization that supports invention and innovation in the Native American community by providing quantitative patenting, copyright, and trademark assistance. It also leads programs that support economic development initiatives in Indian Country, by assisting Tribes, Tribal Businesses and Tribal Individuals in strategic business and development.
Constantine Dantoulis is a hands-on executive with 20 years of professional experience in Global Finance, Corporate and Strategic Development, Information Technology and Analytics coupled with Business Unit Management. Constantine’s specialty skills include. Corporate & Managerial Finance; Business Strategy & Planning; Corporate and Business Development; E-commerce Ventures; Information Technology Strategy; Product Marketing; Financial Analysis; and International Business Development.
“Constantine Dantoulis is a great asset for an organization like NAIPEC,” said Kim Ribbans, Executive Director. “His advice and council will be invaluable for NAIPEC as an organization, and the communities we serve. We are delighted that he has agreed to become a member of our advisory group.”
The Native American Intellectual Property Enterprise Council (NAIPEC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide direct help and assistance to Native American inventors and Tribes.
NAIPEC supports invention and innovation in the Native American community by providing quantitative patenting, copyright, and trademark assistance. By helping individual inventors or tribal communities bring new concepts to market, NAIPEC is at the intersection of industry and academia, facilitating opportunity and helping create new knowledge-based enterprises.