Lockheed Martin CEO Highlights Pression Co-Founder at Canadian Aerospace Summit
Posted On November 16, 2016
Pression Inc. Co-Founder, Chekema Prince, was highlighted by Chairman, President and CEO Marillyn A. Hewson of Lockheed Martin at the 2016 Canadian Aerospace Summit in Ottawa, Ontario on November 15, 2016. Ms. Hewson highlighted the importance of public/private partnerships and innovative research the accompanies these relationships.
With both government and industry working to find visionaries like Chekema, we can each do our part to foster innovative entrepreneurship and meet our highest ideals.
Ms. Hewson acknowledged Lockheed Martin’s interest in Pression’s technologies
We’re also interested in Chekema’s invention because it’s exactly the kind of revolutionary technology that could help men and women in uniform.
and also in Pression’s commercial potential
We see great potential for Chekema’s business in a variety of commercial applications. Imagine the advantage that Pression’s product could provide for delivery drivers who carry heavy loads, airline pilots who are seated on the flight deck for many hours at a time, or even people with medical conditions that cause poor blood circulation in their legs.
Remarks by Chairman, President and CEO Marillyn A. Hewson, at the Canadian Aerospace Summit