December 19, 2018
PRO-DIP® executives accept invite to Google's NYC Headquarters to discuss possible opportunities pertaining to it's patent pending pouch delivery system and its implications as disruptive technology in the food, nutraceutical and medical industries.
PRO-DIP®'s inventor and founder Peter St. Lawrence stated in an interview after the meeting.
"The opportunity to impact millions of lives for the better is a feeling that is hard to describe. It's a mixture of overwhelming excitement and true gratitude. We're compelled by the enormity of the impact that this small invention could have on the world, equaled only by our Team's passion and drive to see its potential met. This invention is at least 30 years overdue. The world is ready for it, and the implications of that are infinite. We're on the brink of stardom, and there's no other place we'd rather be than here, and nothing else we'd rather be doing than this."
Google Growth in New York
Google is expanding its New York City presence by announcing a 1 billion investment in a new Google Hudson Square campus, which is slated to open 2020. The new offices will be located at 315 and 345 Hudson Street, with an additional area planned for 550 Washington Street to open in 2022.
According to The Wall Street Journal, Google won't be pursuing any incentives from New York in exchange for its expanded presence in the city, however that doesn’t preclude the city giving Google any tax breaks or other perks of its own accord. The exact details of the deal aren’t public right now, but there’s a chance Google may release their earnings during its Q1 earnings in January (or at another juncture closer to the opening of the campus).