Comet USA and Global Kinetics to Co-host Startup Meet & Greet


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Comet USA is pleased to announce that it is co-hosting a "Startup Meet & Greet" session with Global Kinetics on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 from 4-6 p.m. with one hour of additional networking afterwards at the Lab One facility in San Jose. The event will showcase five innovative startups in the fields of:

  • Semiconductor
  • Electronics Manufacturing
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Material Science
  • Aerospace

The selected companies will be presenting their highly innovative solutions and seeking partners in the market to pilot test and demonstrate the benefits of their offerings. Additionally, the selected companies will all be pre-Series A in their funding journey, needing to garner marketplace traction and eager to engage in pilot opportunities.

About Comet Group

The Comet Group is a globally leading, innovative Swiss technology company with a focus on X-ray, radio frequency and ebeam applications. With premium high-tech components and systems, we enable customers in numerous industries to both enhance the quality of their products and make their manufacturing more efficient and eco-friendly. Our innovative solutions under the Comet, Yxlon and ebeam brands are in demand for applications such as materials testing and security inspection, semiconductor manufacturing, coating and treatment of surfaces, and non-contact sterilization.

Based in Flamatt, Switzerland, the Comet Group has a presence in all world markets. We employ about 1,400 people worldwide, including almost 500 in Switzerland. Besides production facilities in China, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland and the USA, we maintain various subsidiaries in the USA, China, Japan and Korea. Comet’s stock (COTN) is listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.

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