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Next week: Best Practices for De-Risking University Innovations from Discovery to Exit

By Jesse Schwartz
Published: November 18th, 2020

The Valley of Death yawns wide for cutting edge university inventions. One way to bridge the gap from basic science to venture funding is an internal de-risking program that can overcome investor reluctance to back too-early opportunities.  

A de-risking effort can also provide a solid evaluation of an innovation’s potential at each developmental and financial milestone, allowing you to avoid wasting time – and tens of thousands of dollars – on projects that should have been “killed” early and devote resources to developing and de-risking discoveries that have big potential payoffs.

UNeMed has seen outstanding results with their method for de-risking and moving technologies forward to the marketplace, using an approach that looks at technology transfer and start-up formation using an entrepreneur’s mindset. That’s why Tech Transfer Central has teamed up with UneMed’s Joe Runge, JD, for this critically important webinar: Best Practices for De-Risking University Innovations from Discovery to Exit.

In this practical session, scheduled for next Tuesday, November 24th, you’ll learn multiple approaches to de-risk your portfolio and learn UNeMed’s “secret sauce” of processes and strategies to help your university significantly improve its own vetting and de-risking efforts.

For complete details or to register, click here.

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