Be part of this premier gathering of Fortune 500 corporations, research universities, Startup Development Officers (SDOs), startups, and investors

Join us on May 1 and 2 at the next University Startups Conference and Demo Day.

The event brings together a diverse audience of Fortune 500 corporations, Startup Development Officers (SDOs), university licensing and tech transfer officers, startup creation program managers, university researchers, faculty, federal labs, entrepreneurs, VCs, angel investors, policy leaders, and federal government agencies. The event provides an opportunity for the participants to align university IP and startups with Fortune 500 investor and corporate needs through NCET2's Startup Development Program that creates startups for Fortune 500 corporations from university and federal lab research.

Join your colleagues and other like-minded professionals in this high-caliber event!

Highlights of the event:

  • University Startups Showcase
  • IP2Startup Panel: Active Marketing of University IP to Corporate Tech Scouts and Corporate VCs
  • Fortune 500 Open Innovation and Venture Panels
  • Angel Investor and VC Panels Focusing on Specifically Funding Startups from Universities
  • Startup Development Officer Panel

Conference Objectives:

  • NCET2 Startup Development Program as a model for developing significant startups based on university and federal lab IP for corporate business units
  • Highlights from the main actors in the ecosystem: Fortune 500 open innovation professionals and corporate venture capital, university TTOs, university startup programs, Startup Development Officers (SDOs), researchers/entrepreneurs, and angels/VCs
  • Be part of an interactive university startup network of Fortune 500 corporates, university TTos, university startup directors, and researchers/entrepreneurs, investors and Startup Development Officers (SDOs)

Who Should Attend:

The conference will benefit professionals involved in startup creation, IP licensing, technology scouting, research, startup investing, startup funding.

These include, but not limited to
  • Fortune 500 corporations that work in Open and External Innovation, technology scouting, research and development, corporate venture capital
  • University licensing and tech transfer officers, startup creation program managers, university researchers, faculty
  • NCET2 Startup Development Officers (SDOs) former Fortune 500 executives, angel investors, and
    serial entrepreneurs with extensive knowledge and experience in startups development
  • Federal labs
  • Entrepreneurs
  • VCs and angel investors
  • Policy leaders and federal government agencies

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