Dominique Villela has been featured online and in printed news, and contributes to various industry websites, social media accounts, and blogs. He is a technical writer, public speaker, and writes articles on market insights and perspectives. He also writes strategically for digital PR agencies where he occasionally announces corporate transactions (new leadership, sales, or fundraising) or features new technology product.
Fab Collaborative: Downtown Co-Working Spot Provides Unconventional Office Space
“…We’re a company that’s similar to a creative agency or a marketing firm, but we know the tech side and that makes us really valuable to people who are trying to sell science or technology products, said owner Dominique Villela. “Being close to downtown, close to the University of Arizona, being close to the patent office, all makes it a lot better for us to do business.”
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Tech Gets its launch at the University of Arizona
Connect Gets Injected
“…Dominique Villela, tell our readers about your company, Injected Media. What do you do here in Tucson? An elevator spiel will be ideal…”Injected Media is a technology product marketing company. We work with private, government and academic concerns, with intellectual property markets and branding…”
Sold on Synergy: Student Inventors, Entrepreneurs Get Launched
“…With the help of the Tech Launch Arizona, our goal is attainable — the goal to amplify marketing of existing student inventor, startup and tech growth programs and activities in Tucson and the University of Arizona,” said Villela, who designed his career around technology marketing. “Sure, we want to encourage innovation, but we ultimately want to attract new dollars to Tucson and retain our outstanding graduates.”
UA Student Takes on Tinder
“…Dominique Villela, the project manager and senior developer at Injected Media, a technology marketing company providing marketing assistance for Iscreem and their parent company AEPI Media …said that this idea goes even beyond the realm of dating through social media.“The idea is to share feelings in a public forum,” Villela said.
TLA Ambassador Program Established
“…TLA has formally partnered to launch the program concept, developed by two high-performing graduate professional students who have directly contributed to business and economic growth in the Tucson region.…Villela has designed his career around technology marketing, with an interest in funding for new ventures. He says: “With the help of the Tech Launch Arizona, our goal is attainable — the goal to amplify marketing of existing student inventor, start-up, and tech growth programs and activities in Tucson and the University of Arizona. Sure, we want to encourage innovation, but we ultimately want to attract new dollars to Tucson and retain our outstanding graduates.”
Six UA Employees Land 40-under-40 Honors!
Honorees named for 40 Under 40
“Co-hosted by the Arizona Daily Star and the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the award recognizes young leaders in the community who are making an impact through their professional and charitable work. Honorees this year include scientists, teachers and engineers.
…Dominique Villela, 30, lead engineer and CEO, UA Research Institute for Solar Energy.
AZGS alum one of ’40 Under 40′ honored by Tucson Hispanic Chamber
“…Dominique Villela is one of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and the Arizona Daily Star’s “40 Under 40” rising stars for 2012. Dominique worked at AZGS from 2005-2010 in our Geoinformatics program and later as webmaster. He is currently working on a graduate degree at the UA’s Research Institute for Solar Energy.
Type: Press Release
Date: August 7, 2012
Technology Start-ups Injected with Expert Marketing
“…Injected Media’s lead technologist and project manager, Dominique Villela, is both a technology product developer and a doctoral student in the College of Engineering at the University of Arizona. Partnered with a strong advisory board of CEOs, engineers, and scientists, Injected Media keenly understands the distinct marketing needs of entrepreneurs and technology product developers.
Type: High-School Student-Published Newspaper and Journal
Date: April 2012
Publisher: El Guerrero, Pueblo High School – TUSD
PhD Candidate Urges Students to Stay Positive
“…In fact, a little bit of science is getting “snuck” into the curriculum—thanks to Mr. Dominique Villela, a PhD student from the University of Arizona who is sharing his enthusiasm and love of science with the Pueblo community.
“I’m hoping to instill students with more than a basic knowledge of environmental science,” Villela said. “I want students to believe that they can accomplish anything in life as long as they work hard.”
Tucson’s Solon Corp. Seeks Better Ways to Store Energy
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