|Friday, May 24, 2013
TDF News & Announcements
WBH TEC LLC, was a main sponsor of the "2nd National Conference on HIV/AIDS Therapy - Current Practices & Future Options" held in Mumbai/India on Jan. 10 and 11, 2009.
WBH TEC LLC, a subsidiary of TDF International LLC, was the main sponsor of the Vth Biennial International Conference of IAHOMCON 2008 (International Association of Hyperthermic Oncology and Medicine), held in Patna, India on February 16 and 17. The Conference was opened by Mrs. Shrimati Pratibha Devisingh Patil, President of India, and was attended by international hyperthermia scientists, oncologists and other medical researchers.
Welcome to Technology Development for the Future
TDF International LLC® is a US company specializing in the identification, assessment, acquisition, final stage development, and marketing of new technologies.
In the field of new technologies TDF's business model stands apart in two aspects: TDF always associates the inventors as shareholders, and retains them for the further development of their technologies. And TDF retains some of the technologies for its own exploitation.
TDF looks for advanced technologies that have almost reached technical or commercial maturity, and completes their development using a sophisticated combination of technical expertise, IP protection, regulatory approval, management acumen, and access to financial and technological markets.
Initially, TDF has targeted technologies primarily from Russia, where historically the well educated scientific communities have been prolific generators of technological innovations. Towards that end TDF maintains a highly qualified team in Russia. However, TDF also considers technologies from any other country.
TDF is working simultaneously on a wide array of technologies spanning different sectors, thereby reducing substantially the risk associated with single technologies. In addition, TDF complements the limited experience of inventors with its own managerial skills, and financial and technical expertise, thus enhancing the probability of the venture's success.