September 25th 2011: EcOzone Market Evaluation

A team of 8 Executive MBA students from Queen's School of Business are evaluating the EcOzone Ozone Generator, they are coming to Budapest to meet the inventor.

The EcOzone Ozone Generator is a Hungarian invention that produces ozone in large quantities to sterilise stored crops such as wheat, corn and potatoes. The EcOzone sterilization system eliminates all crop storage and distribution problems caused by fungus, bacteria, bugs and vermin cleanly, quickly and economically. The system eliminates all use of chemicals and is very inexpensive to use. For more information visit the EcOzone website

The students will be coming to Budapest September 25th to meet with the inventor and see how the machine works. They will be coming with some preliminary research results to discuss potential strategies. The 8 students are:
First row: Rob Bennett, Ryan Kimel, Tony Kez (VP, HCCC), Rinaldo Cordeiro, Sarath Chandran
In the back: Teresa Domingues, Jennifer Watson, Jason Mote, Tunji Oladokun