William J. Plut
Will is a Silicon Valley veteran, serial entrepreneur/Founder/CEO, and currently runs PPI, an international technology and patent transfer firm.
Will has been involved in innovation, Startups, and invention commercialization since 1997. He has founded two Start-ups, and is a proud to call himself a Founder. He is the inventor on 40+ patents, and has successfully built, monetized, or commercialized every one of his inventions. In 2011, he sold his power conservation software to Samsung; this technology is now included with every Samsung smartphone, cumulatively saving megawatts globally each day. He sold his laser-based pico-projector technology, founded Startups around his own inventions in Infectious Disease defense and social commerce, built and tested prototypes in ballistic protection, and his advances in robotics helped open a new industry path.
Will is a member of the US Patent Bar and practiced patent law for eight years at a Silicon Valley prosecution firm, where he helped independent inventors, VCs, Startups, and Silicon Valley tech giants with patent matters. He now helps solo inventors, small companies, and fallen Startups in need of a soft landing.