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The company, which is at an early stage, wants an open and general discussion about opportunities, strategy, needs and challenges - including:
- Business model for nanotechnology-based service in for jewelry companies (B2B models)
- The business model for jewelry and luxury products based on nanotechnologies (products considerations: jewelry, watches, expensive pens, etc.) for decorative, copycats and damage protection.
- Funding opportunities and support
- Marketing strategy for B2B model and B2C model
- Cooperation agreement and partnership with other technology-based companies (jewelry producers, molding companies, design, etc.)
Branche: Mode og design (tøj, tekstil, møbler, lamper, interiør mv.), Industri/produktion, Elektrisk udstyr/elektronik
Udviklingsstadie: Proof of Concept
The company, which is at an early stage, uses state of the art nanotechnologies developed at DTU and available for micro- and nanofabrication to design and fabricate jewelry and luxury accessories products.
Target groups at the Danish market: Including Pandora, Ole Lynggaard, Carre Jewellery, Georg Jensen, Jewlscph, Naledi Copenhagen, Marianne Dulong and Charlotte Mielko, Shamballa Jewels
Worldwide: Including LVMH Group (Louis Vuitton), Gucci, Dior, Chanel, Tiffany and Montblanc.
Nanotechnologies allow to create unique, highly details patterns and designs, protect design and trademark from copycat, identify each item, coat product items with ceramic protective coatings and finally fabricate tools for nanopatterns transfer to produce items with a secure transfer of nanopatterns with stamping (nanostamping) or molding (nanomolding) methods.
Test jewelry collection is developed with two jewelry companies
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