Prospecting List Part 1

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Apparel Prospecting List Part 1

Major North American companies in the apparel industry include V. F. Corporation, PVH Corporation, Hanesbrands, Ralph Lauren Corporation, Fruit of The Loom, Levi Strauss & Co., and Under Armour. Complete details about each company are available within the "Apparel" tab, rows 3-9 of the attached spreadsheet.

North American Companies in the Apparel Industry

  • VF Corporation was founded in 1899 as a reading glove and mitten manufacturer. This global company has grown to be a leading manufacturer and retailer in the outdoor and action sports apparel industry.
  • PVH is a globally recognized fashion and lifestyle company that owns brands including Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen, IZOD, Arrow, Speedo, Warner’s, Olga, Geoffrey Beene, and True&Co.
  • Hanesbrands, a global company, was founded in 1901 and spun off from the Sara Lee Corporation in 2006. The company makes T-shirts, underwear, casual wear, and activewear.
  • Ralph Lauren is a leading premium apparel company founded in 1967. The company's brands include Polo by Ralph Lauren, Ralph Lauren Purple Label, Ralph Lauren Collection, Chaps and Club Monaco, among others.
  • Fruit of the loom is a global company founded in 1851 and started as a cotton cloth and textiles company.
  • Levi Strauss was the first creator of blue jeans and are known for reinventing khakis.
  • Under Armour is a performance apparel brand that boasts of being the world's largest fitness community.

Research Strategy

The research team was not able to get the contact phone numbers or direct line for most of the leaders of the companies. This is because as a general rule, CEO direct lines are not typically published. As per Zoominfo business profiles, these details have been listed but is beyond a paywall. So wherever the HQ contact details were found via Zoominfo or RocketReach the contact details were updated.

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Apparel Prospecting List Part 2

Some North American apparel companies in the apparel industry are Broder Bros, Carter's Inc, Union Underwear Company, G III Apparel Group Ltd, Columbia Sportswear Company, Carhartt Inc, and Sanmar Corporation, as stated in the attached spreadsheet.

BRODER BROS. CO

  • Company website: https://www.alphabroder.com
  • Name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: David Clifton, CMO, alphabroder.
  • Contact’s phone number: 215-291-6140, X7715.
  • Email address: david.clifton@alphabroder.com
  • Description: Established in 1980, the company produces and distributes sportswear and accessories including printable apparel and accessories to screen printers, embroiderers, promotional products distributors, athletic dealers and other businesses.
  • Territories in which the company sells its products: North America.

CARTER'S INC.

  • Company website: https://corporate.carters.com/corporateHome.html
  • Description: The company markets apparel solely for babies and young children and owns the Carter's and OshKosh B'gosh brands.
  • Territories in which the company sells its products: North America; United States, Canada, and Mexico.
  • Name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Kendra Krugman, Executive Vice President, Merchandising and Design.

UNION UNDERWEAR COMPANY INC.

  • Company website: https://www.fruit.com
  • Description: The Company manufactures and markets underwear and casual wear business, including colorful T-shirts and underwear sold globally.
  • Territories in which the company sells its products: Global.
  • Name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Jeanene Edwards, Vice President of Marketing/Merchandising.

G-III APPAREL GROUP LTD.

  • Company website: https://www.giii.com
  • Description: The Company is manufacturer and distributor of apparel, accessories, dresses, footwear, outerwear, ready to wear, retail and swimwear products. The Company manufactures and distributes under proprietary brands worldwide.
  • Territories in which the company sells its products: Global ly.
  • Name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Verónica Santos, VP Merchandising.

COLUMBIA SPORTSWEAR COMPANY

  • Company website: https://www.columbia.com
  • Description: Company designs, sources, markets, and distributes outdoor and active lifestyle apparel, footwear, accessories, and equipment. It has four primary brands, Columbia®, Mountain Hardwear®, SOREL®, and prAna®.
  • Territories in which the company sells its products: Global.
  • Name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Michael Richardson, Vice President, Global Merchandising for the Columbia Brand.

CARHARTT INC.

  • Company website: https://www.carhartt.com
  • Description: The clothing company manufactures apparel products men, women, kids accessories, flame-resistant work wear and summer gear among other items.
  • Territories in which the company sells its products: U.S., Mexico, and Europe.
  • Name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Alex Guerrero, Senior vice president and general merchandise manager.

SANMAR CORPORATION

  • Company website: https://www.sanmar.com
  • Description: The Corporation distributes active wear apparel and accessories such as T-Shirts, poles/knits, active wear, outer wear, dress shirts work wear bags and other accessories.
  • Territories in which the company sells its products: U. S
  • Name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Shelley Renning, Vice President, Merchandise & General Merchandising.

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Apparel Prospecting List Part 3

App Winddown, the AM Retail Group, Oxford Industries, Perry Ellis International, the Giorgio Armani Corporation and the Warnaco Group are major North American companies in the apparel industry. Complete details about each company are available within the "Apparel" tab, rows 17-22 of the attached spreadsheet.

NORTH AMERICAN COMPANIES IN THE APPAREL INDUSTRY

  • App Winddown is a vertically-integrated clothing manufacturer, distributor, and retailer.
  • The AM Retail Group operates retail stores focused on the following brands: Wilsons Leather, Calvin Klein Performance, Bass & Co, Karl Lagerfeld Paris stores, and Donna Karan.
  • Oxford Industries designs, sources, markets and distributes products. Its brands include Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer, and Southern Tide.
  • Perry Ellis International is a supplier of casual apparel for men and women; touted to be "is a leading designer, distributor and licensor of a broad line of high quality men's and women's apparel, accessories and fragrances."
  • The Giorgio Armani Corporation designs, manufactures, distributes and retails fashion and lifestyle products.
  • The Warnaco Group engages in the business of designing, marketing and selling intimate apparel, menswear, jeans wear, swimwear, men's and women's sportswear and accessories.

Research Strategy

The research team located most of the requested information about each of the apparel companies listed in rows 17-22 of the Apparel tab. However, and unfortunately, we could not answer the contact and email address details for some of the leaders in charge of merchandising and licensing despite our research within each company's website, personal profiles on LinkedIn, and contact finder sites like ThatsThem.
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Automotive Prospecting List, Part 1

North American Lighting, HELLA Electronics Corporation USA, INC, Al — Lighting, United Chemi-Con, Holy Stone International, Osram Sylvania, and Philips are the 7 North American automotive companies that are focused on those providing car light bulbs, audio capacitors, and fuses.

Automotive Prospecting List

Research Strategy:

Your research team managed to identify the 7 North American automotive companies focused on providing car light bulbs, audio capacitors, and fuses. However, some phone numbers and Email contacts could not be retrieved.
Your team researched the respective VP or CEO or CMO of the companies through their official website. Some contact details are not available probably due to privacy concerns.
Secondly, the research team scoured through the public profiles in LinkedIn and Facebook for the people of interest, but there is a lack of data related to their contacts.
Extensively, the research team looked through some company insights on credible sources like Bloomberg, RocketReach, and Zoom info, but there was no reliable data publicly provided. RocektReach has a paywall hence we could not retrieve much data from the site.
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Automotive Prospecting List, Part 2

AiSHi, CSI Capacitors, Boss Audio Systems, TDK, Oracle Lighting, Powerbulbs, and Vision X Lighting are seven North American automotive companies, focused on providing car lightbulbs, audio capacitors, and fuses. As available, the required information on each of these companies has been provided in rows 10-16, columns A-I of the attached spreadsheet.

AUTOMOTIVE PROSPECTING LIST

  • AiSHi operates in North America and China.
  • CSI Capacitors manufactures high voltage capacitors with an emphasis on pulse power and high energy density for long life.
  • Boss Audio Systems is an expert in sound. It creates audio and video products with the latest technology while consistently producing clean and powerful sound.
  • An experienced automotive lighting company, Oracle Lighting has been manufacturing automotive lighting components since 1999.
  • Powerbulbs' goal is to offer its customers the very best products and service. It wants customers to be delighted with their shopping experience. It has more than 35 years of experience in the automotive lighting industry.
  • Farrukh Mahboob is the Founder & CEO of Vision X Lighting.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

We were able to identify North American companies in the automotive industry with a focus on those providing car lightbulbs, audio capacitors, and fuses. However, while most of the companies listed above had the necessary details, two companies did not disclose their board members' details, and some companies' contact details could not be identified, probably due to privacy concerns.

We looked out for the contact details of the companies' board members across their official websites, but their contact information was not available.

Next, we peeked into industry insights sources like IBISWorld, ThomasNet, and Bloomberg, but in all these sources, the contact details were not disclosed. We also tried using websites like RocketReach and ZoomInfo to identify the contact details. However, there wasn't enough information available.

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Automotive Prospecting List, Part 3

Major North American companies in the automotive industry include the Lear Corporation, BorgWarner, Flex-N-Gate, Nexteer Automotive, American Axle & Manufacturing, and Cooper Standard. Complete details about each company are available within the attached spreadsheet.

North American Automotive Companies

  • The Lear Corporation is a global leader in automotive seating and e-systems.
  • BorgWarner creates technologies to improve efficiency, emissions and performance in all types of vehicles.
  • Flex-N-Gate is a leading manufacturer and supplier of large stamped metal and welded components, assemblies, and plastic parts for the automotive industry.
  • Nexteer Automotive is a multibillion-dollar global steering and driveline business delivering electric and hydraulic steering systems, steering columns and driveline systems, as well as ADAS and automated driving technologies.
  • American Axle & Manufacturing designs and manufactures components and systems.
  • Cooper Standard is a supplier of systems and components for the automotive industry. Products include rubber and plastic sealing, fuel and brake lines, fluid transfer hoses and anti-vibration systems.

Research Strategy

The research team applied an exhaustive and detailed search for all the executive contact details requested; however, we were unable to locate some of the required email addresses. Our research for this specific information was conducted by searching through each company's website, particularly the 'Contact Us' sections. We also looked at the staff, management and biography sections. In most instances, only contact forms were available. Then, we searched through reputable business profile databases such as Bloomberg and Crunchbase, where we hoped the email addresses could be found but there was no relevant information. Finally, we switched tactics and searched through each company contact person's social media channels (e.g., LinkedIn). This strategy was fruitful for each company except Lear, BorgWarner and Cooper Standard.
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Batteries & Chargers Prospecting List, Part 1

Seven North American companies that make batteries and chargers for drones, robotics, power tools, and phones include Philong USA, Associated Equipment Corporation, Energizer Holdings Inc., Exide Technologies, Ferro Magnetics Corporation, Hindlepower Inc., and Panasonic Corporation of North America. The requested information about these companies has also been provided in the spreadsheet attached.

Philong USA

Associated Equipment Corporation

Energizer Holdings, Inc.

Exide Technologies

Ferro Magnetics Corporation

  • Ferro Magnetics Corporation was established in 1974 in Louis, Missouri, as an industrial battery charger, and the company continues to produce high-quality chargers that are designed, tested, and built exclusively in the USA, including the power modules used in the company's high-frequency charger “Xtreme” line.
  • The company operates globally as they state that their products are available to anybody from anywhere in the world.
  • Its CEO is Mike Franklin.

Hindlepower, Inc.

  • HindlePower, Inc., a manufacturer of DC part components primarily for the utility industry, has been in the industry for over 40 years. The company manufactures battery chargers, monitoring devices, trailers, consoles, and distribution panels.
  • The company operates globally as they state that their products are available to anybody from anywhere in the world.
  • Its CEO is William Hindle.

Panasonic Corporation of NA

  • Panasonic Corporation of NA makes it easier to "create energy for the world" through technologies such as solar power, battery storage, and communications tools tailored to energy providers.
  • The company sells its products mainly in North America.
  • Michael Moskowitz is the CEO of Panasonic Corporation of NA.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

To identify seven North American companies making batteries and chargers for drones, robotics, power tools, and phones, we started our research by looking into industry reports. After identifying the top players in North America, we looked into each of the company's website for their descriptions. For their VP of merchandising and licensing, we looked into their corresponding websites as well as LinkedIn profiles. In the absence of a VP for merchandising and licensing, we entered the name of the vice president or the CEO of the company. To provide contacts of the persons identified as VP or CEO in each of the company, we used email finder tools. Unfortunately, we were not able to locate all the contact information of the people listed in Column E of the spreadsheet attached. For these people, we put N/A in their corresponding rows. The absence of the contact information could be because of its private nature.
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Batteries & Chargers Prospecting List, Part 2

Seven North American companies in the batteries and chargers industry include; Schumacher Electric Corp, Yuasa Battery Inc., EnerSys, Crown Battery Manufacturing Company, Lester Electrical, Delta-Q Technologies, and the NOCO Company. The explicit information pertaining to this research has been entered on this attached spreadsheet. Below is a summary of the findings and methodology.

Some North American companies in the batteries and chargers industry include:

1: Schumacher Electric Corp

  • Description: The company manufactures and supplies battery chargers, jump starters, power converters, battery testers, accessories, and other products for various industries.
  • The territories in which the company sells its products: Global
  • The Name and Title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: John Waldron, President, Schumacher Electric Corporation.

2: Yuasa Battery Inc.

  • Description: The company manufacturers Powersports and NP Industrial Batteries for motorcycles, ATV’s, UTV’s, snowmobiles, among other industrial applications.
  • The territories in which the company sells its products: Global
  • The Name and Title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: David M. Brown, Vice President, Sales, and Marketing.

3: EnerSys

  • Description: The company manufactures and distributes reserve power and motive power batteries, battery management systems, battery chargers, power equipment, battery accessories, and outdoor equipment solutions.
  • The territories in which the company sells its products: Global
  • The Name and Title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: David M. Shaffer, Director, President, and Chief Executive Officer.

4: The NOCO Company

  • Description: NOCO designs and manufactures consumer battery chargers, jump starters, solar panels, portable power devices, and other battery products and accessories.
  • The territories in which the company sells its products: U.S., Europe, and Asia.
  • The Name and Title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: William Nook, CEO, Chairman.

5: Crown Battery Manufacturing Company

  • Description: The company manufactures and distributes batteries, chargers, and accessories and product applications to various industries including automotive and light truck, electric forklifts, pallets, heavy-duty farm equipment, golf and electric vehicles, renewable energy systems, floor care equipment, traffic management systems, among other sectors.
  • The territories in which the company sells its products: America, Europe, Africa, Asian-Pacific, Australia, and New Zealand.
  • The Name and Title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Hal Hawk, President and CEO.

6: Lester Electrical

  • Description: Established in 1963, the company designs and manufacture battery chargers and other electrical power conversion and storage products. Its other products include battery dischargers/testers, power management systems, and battery systems.
  • The territories in which the company sells its products: Global.
  • The Name and Title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Brad Dwan, Director of International Sales.

7: Delta-Q Technologies

  • Description: Delta-Q provides battery charging solutions for electric vehicles and industrial equipment, software, cabling and accessories, and battery management systems.
  • The territories in which the company sells its products: Canada, U.S., Europe, and Asia.
  • The Name and Title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing: Ken-Fielding, President and CEO.

Research Strategy:

Based on the request, we started the research by identifying companies that operate in batteries and chargers industry and are headquartered in North America. Based on articles by Globe News Wire, Business Insider, PR News Wire, and Market Watch, we could identify some companies in the batteries and chargers market in North America.
Next, we look through each of the company websites to identify the relevant name and title of the VP of Merchandising and Licensing, CMO or CEO, and their contact information. Further, we scoured through professional networking sites such as Linkedin, Zoominfo, and Rocketreach for the contact information. Also, we searched for the profiles of each contact person on various platforms and found the general/publicly shared contact information. The direct contact phone numbers or direct line for most of the leaders of the companies’ was not available since as a general rule, the CEO direct lines are not typically published for the public. Furthermore, the complete Zoominfo business profiles of these CMOs/CEOs are behind the paywall.

We could not find the emails for Yuasa Battery and the NOCO Company executives. First, we looked for this information directly on the company's "contact us" page, but only an address and phone number (included) are provided. Next, we looked for the emails of the executives on Zoominfo website, but this research strategy also failed. Finally, we looked at email generator sites such as Rocket Reach and Hunter to see if they provide any reliable contact email address information. However, this research strategy was also futile for these two companies.

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Batteries & Chargers Prospecting List, Part 3

VPW, Ultralife Corporation, Excell Battery, Johnson Controls, BASF's Catalysts, and Power Sonic are North American companies making batteries and chargers for drones, robotics, power tools, and phones. As available, the required details on these companies have been provided in rows 17-22, columns A-I of the attached spreadsheet.

BATTERIES & CHARGERS PROSPECTING LIST

  • VPW are experts in portable power, offering over 250 unique products engineered for high-performance applications.
  • Founded in 1985, Excell Battery Group of companies has four locations across North America.
  • Johnson Controls has locations in the US, Europe, Africa, Russian Federation.
  • Power Sonic operates in North America, South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and the Asia Pacific.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

We were able to find six additional North American companies making batteries and chargers for drones, robotics, power tools, or phones. However, for most of the companies, the details pertaining to the contact's direct phone number and email are not available. To identify the contact details, we searched the official website of the companies we identified. While these details were available for some companies, they weren't for others.

We then searched for their CEOs and CMOs via social media accounts, such as their LinkedIn profiles and Facebook pages. However, there was still no way to identify the contact details for some companies.

Further, our team explored industrial insight sources like Bloomberg, ZoomInfo, CrunchBase, and CBInsights for these contact details, but none of these sources revealed the required information. We also tried using email finding tools like Rocket Research and Hunter, but most of the sources are paywalled.

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Beaming Power & Charging Prospecting List, Part 1

Some North American companies in the beaming power & charging industry are Ossia Inc., Energous Corporation, NuCurrent, Qualcomm Inc., Texas Instruments, Integrated Device Technology, and Semtech Corp. Also, the explicit information pertaining to this research has been provided on this attached spreadsheet. Below is a summary of the findings.

NORTH AMERICAN BEAMING POWER & CHARGING COMPANIES

OSSIA INC
  • Ossia provides wireless power using Cota Technology, which can also help in growing businesses without limits.
  • It can be beneficial if used in the living room, office, retail, and industrial areas.
  • Its CEO is Mario Obeidat.
ENERGOUS CORPORATION
NUCURRENT
  • NuCurrent uses its NulQ Technology Platform to provide wireless power solutions.
  • It offers Qi-compatible charging, 15-watt smartphone charging, high power solutions, and multi-device charging solutions.
  • Its CEO is Jacob Babcock.
QUALCOMM INC
TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC
INTEGRATED DEVICE TECHNOLOGY INC
  • Integrated Device Technology's featured products include wireless power, RF products, and clocks & timing.
  • It offers tools and support such as the cross-reference search, docs and tools search, knowledge base, and clock tree design service.
  • Its CEO is Hidetoshi Shibata.
SEMTECH CORP
  • Semtech offers products such as Wireless Charging, Smart Sensing, Power Management, Wireless RF, and Circuit Protection.
  • Its technology is used in markets such as IoT, data centers as well as mobility.
  • Its CEO is Mohan Maheswaran.

Research Strategy:

We used industry reports identifying some companies from the North American region that are in the beaming power & charging (wireless power transmission) industry to guide our research. We could find the email contacts for executives, however, those for Ossia and Texas Instruments weren't verified. We were unable to find the contact numbers for contacts. The following are strategies we used in search of contact numbers.

We began our search by looking for the phone numbers that lead to specific departments on the company websites, but this was unsuccessful. We could only find the email addresses for departments and numbers for general queries.

Next, we searched for the direct contact number of each executive named using their LinkedIn profile hoping that they have listed the contact information pertaining to their work. However, only the LinkedIn email/URL pertaining to them could be found.

Finally, we tried to identify the phone numbers in sources such as Rocket Reach, Anymail Finder, among others, while also searching for emails. We realized that phone numbers are locked behind the paywalls. Therefore, we have provided the contact numbers for the company which may assist in reaching the executives directly.

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Beaming Power & Charging Prospecting List, Part 2

North American companies in the beaming power and charging industry include Chargespot, Powermat, Wibotic, Ubeam, Solace, PowerSphyr, and Bezalel.
All the required data points were inputted into the linked spreadsheet under the "Beaming Power and Charging" tab and within rows 10-16.

BEAMING POWER AND CHARGING COMPANIES

CHARGESPOT
  • Chargespot provides wireless charging solutions for offices, workspaces, academic institutions, and in hotels.
  • The company is based in Canada.
POWERMAT
  • Powermat's offerings include wireless power charging through its magnetic induction platform.
  • The company is based in Michigan.
WIBOTIC
  • Wibotic offers "wireless charging and power optimization software." The solution is convenient to deploy and can be tailored for robotic systems.
  • The company is based in Washington.
UBEAM
  • The uBeam company provides "long-range wireless power" through its exclusive technology that includes "proprietary transducers, transmitters, receivers, and software."
  • The company is based in California.
SOLACE
  • Solace's solutions include wireless power charging for residential and commercial spaces.
  • The company is based in Canada.
POWERSPHYR
BEZALEL
  • Bezalel's offerings include wireless power charging solutions that utilize innovative technologies to provide well-designed and easy-to-use products.
  • The company is based in California.
The rest of the required data points were all entered into the linked spreadsheet under the "Beaming Power and Charging" tab and within rows 10-16.

RESEARCH STRATEGY

To identify the beaming power and charging companies, we looked through several technology sites such as Wired, TechCrunch, and other related sources. We also checked the competitors of the previously identified companies in business directories such as Craft, Zoominfo, and other similar sites. Based on this approach, we were able to identify the companies that can beam power and charge various devices with their proprietary technology. As specified in the criteria, we also provided the names of the company leaders with the comparable alternative titles since these companies don't have a VP of Merchandising and Licensing roles based on their official websites and LinkedIn pages.
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Beaming Power & Charging Prospecting List, Part 3

Six additional beaming power and charging North American companies have been added in the attached spreadsheet. These companies included: Powercast, Wi-Charge, WiTricity, Momentum Dynamics, Chargifi and WAVE (Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification). These companies have been entered into the project spreadsheet, and have been described below.

POWERCAST

WI-CHARGE

WI-TRICITY

  • WiTricity is a Watertown, MA, based technology company that is leading the development of wireless electric vehicle (EV) battery charging using magnetic resonance technology.
  • The company's technology is used by global EV manufacturers.
  • Scott Witonsky is the company's VP, IP and Licensing.

MOMENTUM DYNAMICS

  • Momentum Dynamics is a Malvern, PA, based technology leader in the development of high power inductive wireless charging technologies for the transportation, automotive and other industries.
  • The company has completed projects in North America.
  • Andrew Daga is the company's CEO.

CHARGIFI

WAVE (Wireless Advanced Vehicle Electrification)

  • WAVE, based in Salt Lake City, UT, has developed a commercially available 50kW and 250kW wireless charging system for powering buses throughout the U.S.
  • Mike Masquelier is the company's CEO.

RESEARCH STRATEGY:

To identify six additional North American companies in the beaming power and charging industry, your research team leveraged industry media publications (like IoT Tech Trends and ComputerWorld) and social media profiles (that is, LinkedIn). After identifying these companies, we reviewed their official websites to gather information related to their service offering, leadership and contacts. Using this strategy we were able to gain insights on the companies, as well as, finding out the licensing contact for WiTricity. However, we did not get enough data on the key contact people and their direct emails or telephones for all the relevant companies. Next, we expanded our search to social media profiles (that is, LinkedIn and Blogger). This strategy assisted us in identifying people the CEO, CMO or comparable title for the rest of the companies. However, we did not manage to glean data related to their emails or telephone numbers. Finally, we sort the assistance of professional email finders (like Hunter.io and Zoominfo). Using these tools we managed to get the direct telephone contact for the CEOs of Momentum Dynamics and WAVE. Additionally, we found the direct email addresses for key contacts in all the companies except Wi-Charge. Having exhausted all the above sources, we concluded that the direct telephone numbers of the relevant leadership at Wi-Charge, WiTricity, Powercast and Chargifi were not publicly available and hence provided the telephone number of the companies. Similarly, we provided the company email address for Wi-Charge as there was no public listing of the company's direct leadership email.
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From Part 04
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  • "North American Lighting, Inc. (NAL) is a Koito Group Company. NAL is the leading producer of innovative automotive lighting systems in North America. NAL is an equal opportunity employer."
  • "Territories - North America, California and Alabama."
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  • "HELLA Corporate Center USA, Inc. is located in Northville, Michigan. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of HELLA GmbH & Co. KGaA, establishing operations in 1998. Its primary focus is to provide corporate based services, including sales, information management, purchasing and marketing support."
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  • "The company combine extraordinary design and innovative technology with highest quality standards and deliver intelligent as well as economic lighting systems."
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  • "United Chemi-Con, a wholly owned subsidiary of Nippon Chemi-Con, was established in the United States in 1970. The company is the largest manufacturer and supplier of aluminum electrolytic capacitors in North America, with more than 8,000 unique products available."
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  • "Holy Stone offers a range of Multi-layer Ceramic Capacitors (MLCC) designed and tested to meet High Reliability Automotive Applications. These Products are offered as AEC-Q200 Certified using a Holy Stone product code “AEC” and TS16949 Certified (PPAP Level 3 + AEC-Q200) under Holy Stone product code “ACC”."
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  • "The Automotive (AM) business unit develops, produces and sells lamps, light modules and sensor components for automotive applications in both OEM and aftermarket segments. This includes conventional and LED-based solutions."
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  • "At Philips, we strive to make the world healthier and more sustainable through innovation. Our goal is to improve the lives of 3 billion people a year by 2030. We will be the best place to work for people who share our passion. Together we will deliver superior value for our customers and shareholders."
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  • "7 North American automotive companies, focused on those providing Car lightbulbs, Audio Capacitors, and Fuses were identified and entered in the rows 3 to 9 and columns A to I of the attached Spreadsheet."
From Part 05
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  • "The Aihua Group, established in 1985, is a publicly listed (Shanghai Stock Exchange 603989) technology enterprise group focused on the design, development, manufacturing, and sales of aluminum electrolytic capacitors as well as the manufacturing of aluminum foil and machines."
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  • "CSI was founded in 1969 under the name of Capacitor Specialist Incorporated, since then, the name has been changed to CSI Technologies, Inc. Since it’s inception CSI has strived to be a leader as a manufacturer of High Voltage Capacitors with an emphasis on pulse power and high energy density for long life."
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  • "We are sound experts. For over 30 years, BOSS Audio has been a leader and innovator in creating audio and video products featuring the latest technology, while consistently delivering clean and powerful sound."
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  • "TDK Corporation of America (TCA), a group company of TDK Corporation, was established in 1974 in California as the sales and marketing force for electronic components in North America and Latin America."
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  • "An experienced automotive lighting company. Oracle lighting has been producing automotive lightinig components since 1999."
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  • "At PowerBulbs our goal is to offer our customers the very best products and service. We want you to be completely satisfied with your shopping experience. We've been established since 1977 and have over 35 years experience in the automotive lighting industry."
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  • "Vision X Lighting (Formerly Vision Motor Sports), located in Seattle Washington, was established in 1997 with the mission to revolutionize the lighting industry. Today we are doing just that. The Engineering, Product Development, and Marketing are conducted from the Vision X USA office located in Auburn Washington"
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  • "Nick Visic, Sales Engineer- Director of North America at AiSHi Capacitors - The Aihua Group"
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  • "Tiffanie Hartenstein, CEO"
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  • "The 7 North American automotive companies, focused on those providing Car lightbulbs, Audio Capacitors, and Fuses were identified and entered in the rows 10-16 and columns A-I of the attached Spreadsheet."
From Part 08
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  • "The competitive landscape of the market has also been examined with some of the key players being Accutronics Limited, Analytic Systems Ware Ltd., Anoma Corporation, Associated Equipment Corporation, Energizer Holdings Inc., Exide Technologies, Ferro Magnetics Corporation, FRIWO AG, HindlePower, Inc., Panasonic Corporation of North America, Phihong USA Corporation, Powerbase Industrial (HK) Ltd., Saft S.A., Salcomp Plc, Schumacher Electric Corporation, Scud (Fujian) Electronics Co. Ltd., Shun Shing Standard Corporation Development Ltd., Spectrum Brands Inc. (Rayovac Division), Uniross Batteries S.A.S, Yuasa Battery Inc. and others."
From Part 09
Quotes
  • "From our humble beginnings over 15 years ago, the Venom brand has become the #1 selling rechargeable battery brand for R/C models in North America. We are experts in portable power, offering over 250 unique products engineered for high performance applications."
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  • "Ultralife Corporation is a leading provider of advanced, highest quality products and services ranging from power solutions to communications and electronics systems to customers across the globe in the government & defense, medical, safety & security, energy, industrial and robotics sectors."
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  • "The Excell Battery Group of companies was formed in 1985, and continues to be owned and managed by the original group of private founding partners.Through organic growth the company has expanded its Market presence and capabilities as represented in its four locations across North America."
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  • "Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and multi industrial leader serving a wide range of customers in more than 150 countries. We create intelligent buildings, efficient energy solutions and integrated infrastructure that work seamlessly together to deliver on the promise of smart cities and communities."
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  • "The division develops and produces mobile emissions catalysts as well as process catalysts and technologies for a broad range of customers worldwide. The division also provides precious metals procurement, sales and related services. BASF's Catalysts division expands its leading role in catalyst technology through continuous process and product innovation."
Quotes
  • "Power Sonic has nearly 50 years experience in the Battery Industry. Design, Manufacture and distribution of innovative battery solutions."
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  • "6 North American companies making batteries and chargers for Drones, Robotics, Power Tools, and / or Phones are identified and entered in the rows 17 to 22 and columns A to I of the Spreadsheet."
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  • "Michael D Popielec, President & CEO"
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  • "US, Europe, Africa, Russian Federation."
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  • "Teressa Szelest, President, Market & Business Development North America, Executive Vice President, BASF Corporation"
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  • "North America, South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa & Asia Pacific."
From Part 10
From Part 11
From Part 12