Overview

 

The world is preparing to shift into a faster change cycle of smart manufacturing by utilizing many frontier developments in the manufacturing space, including 5G, IOT AI and digital automation management. NCSD provides a business development acceleration services platform to facilitate SMEs in the United States in engaging international partners in investment, market access and technology licensing. The purpose is to take advantages of domestic and international manufacturing industry’s transformation and apply to the next generation market development and provides business consulting to guide both US and international manufacturing players in technology collaboration, market application and access, and investment opportunity for acceleration cooperation purposes.

Small business technology innovation exchange, investment dialogue and business collaboration reference a marketplace for the transparent and informed expression of innovation coming from both US and Asia technology companies that solve real problems in the building of solutions to global energy, environmental, agricultural, trade and efficiency challenges. As we prepare to enter the second decade of the 21st century, Asia has reached a universally acknowledged position of preeminence in many global fields. Yet, massive internal challenges remain to implement corrective actions sought by governments. We recognize this, and try to advance the idea that perhaps through business collaboration we accelerate the industry development and thus to address any challenges facing the industries.

Since its founding, NCSD has promoted multi-level exchanges between the United States, European and Asian SMEs and achieves its goals through the propagation of demonstration projects to show the value of innovative thinking and application in the fields of energy, environment, water resources, biosciences, healthcare, and education. We are actively initiating demonstration projects to promote sustainable development objectives through business engagement and cooperation.

The NCSD Board of Trustees consists of several former U.S. government officials and doctorate level engineering and Emmy award winning media innovators who bring special expertise to the design and implementation of the demonstration projects NCSD undertakes. Our focus is also to communicate what we do better so that all can benefit from our successes and mistakes!

Chairman’s Note

Celebrating its twenty year (2000 – 2020) commitment to communities: their health and prosperity and demonstrating that through innovation and creativity advocate for projects and technologies to change the world and individual circumstances for the better.

NCSD will in the future, true to its mandate, build upon what works and is dedicated to American small business ingenuity and power to create and innovate and to address the legacies of environmental pollution and contamination, climate change, and innovative use of resources to reduce waste and increase sustainability in as many areas of human endeavor as possible.These legacies impede the gifts of prosperity and quality of life in the developing world as well as the developed world. From the production of power vital to our global civilization, to stewardship of the environment to reduce the strain on the environment from past practices and outcomes, to education which we believe must be demonstrated to be adopted.

As 2020 dawned the world became embroiled in a health crisis of enormous proportions: there was broad recognition that there was a high likelihood of a pandemic but no one knew what or where or the true nature of the threat. If ever there was a shared disaster it is COVID-19 from which both developed nations and developing countries can share some early conclusions. We are not criticizing anyone simply we were not prepared and lacked the systems for testing, monitoring and quickly identifying the active cause rather than just the symptoms of COVID-19. This is a predictable result. The healthcare system in developed nations by and large is based upon recognition of symptoms and in developing nations the same.