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"The West Texas Coalition for Innovation & Commercialization (WTCIC), in collaboration with the Texas Emerging Technology Fund, serves as the catalyst for the West Texas Region (83 counties) to create an environment that is conducive to regional industrial, intellectual, and educational wealth creation. LGE has been a vital partner in this effort because of their ability to leverage their vast experience, expertise, and corporate “know how”. LGE is already generating successful partnerships with West Texas companies to accelerate their rapid growth. LGE’s global network of professionals makes them a valuable partner because of their ability to execute on a plan of action in a very rapid manner."

Dale Gannaway
Board Chairman and Executive Director
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Rocky Bullock

Rocky Bullock Managing Partner
Experience:

Rocky has 35 plus years of experience in the technology industry with expertise in professional services, systems integration, product design, new product introductions, technology development, sales, operations, manufacturing and logistics.  He has held executive and senior manager positions at Dell, IBM, Digital Equipment, Pitney Bowes as well as several start-up and growth companies.

Rocky ran Dell’s Enterprise Operations in the 1990’s during this time, which he grew from $2M/yr and 30 employees to $3B/yr and 1,000 employees, in less than 3 years.  He built Dell’s award winning PN1 factory and expanded operations internationally, into the EMEA and APAC theatres.   Post Dell, Rocky was the COO of a custom logistics company where he was responsible for ramping Dell’s first consolidated SLC, COO if a professional services company and President of an asset recovery company.

Prior to Dell, Rocky held senior management positions at IBM, where he successfully designed and ramped IBM’s first high volume SMT facility and provided corporate leadership to the implementation of lean manufacturing practices worldwide. While at Digital, Rocky held executive roles in operations, technology, and professional services. There he led worldwide technology and manufacturing engineering organizations, successfully managed the deployment of two, multi-year, $10M+ system integration programs.  He also established and grew a semiconductor consulting practice to $1M/yr revenue in less than a year and was program director for the corporate reengineering project. After Digital, Rocky was at Pitney Bowes in the role of Director of Manufacturing Technology.

Rocky has an M.S. and B.S. from the University of Texas in Mechanical Engineering.


  
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