Greg Clutter’s responsibilities include oversight of corporate operations, communications and legal matters, as well as product commercialization and business development. He joined MATRIC in 2008 as Director of Commercialization until his promotion to Chief Operating Officer in 2011.
A series of activities are required to foster innovation in the chemical industry. One of the most critical first steps is to determine if a technology is commercially viable.
This discipline is known as “techno-economics,” in which an expert team analyzes the variables required to introduce a new innovation into the marketplace, which include costs and conditions of research, development, process scale-up, raw materials, engineering, etc. These assessments help derive technology and economic goals and prioritize development studies.