The consumer products company Procter & Gamble maintains a strong initiative in innovation, developing new products to meet consumer needs. Partnership, licensing, and acquisition are all active options. P&G actively seeks startups with technologies in areas of Life Science (including microbiome and aging), Chemistry, Materials Science, Smart Products (including AI) and Advanced Packaging. Join us to hear from Amy Trejo, Open Innovation Manager at P&G, about the company’s perspective and insights on innovation in consumer products. View the P&G one-page needs statement
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Where & When
Tuesday, November 27, 2018
Room 212, Byers Hall, UCSF Mission Bay (1700 4th St., San Francisco)
About the Speaker
Amy Trejo received her BSc. in Biology from Smith College in Northampton, MA and PhD in Cell and Molecular Biology from Northwestern University in Chicago, IL. She started with The Procter & Gamble Company in Cincinnati, OH in 1998 with responsibility for developing up-stream skin care technology for P&G’s Olay skin care brand. From there she moved on to manage upstream technology in the Health Care category working on digestive wellness brands with focus on the Align probiotic product. She then moved into product development managing new product innovation for Head & Shoulders. For the past 4 years Amy has worked as part of the Corporate Open Innovation Team, working to bring the best of external technologies into P&G to accelerate and strengthen their R&D programs.