Technology Transfer Innovation is working with a number of clients around the world, and is always interested in discussing new projects. The over-riding focus always is on helping clients (where help is defined by the client). Here are outlines of some current and recent projects:
Developing the Technology Transfer Strategic Plan for a university committed to growing a leading technology transfer programme in its region.
Advising an international university on its plans to develop a university technology fund, to invest in spin-outs from the university, and more broadly in the region.
Advising a UK university on the structure for its Technology Transfer Office and the governance of the relationship between the TTO and the University.
Membership of the Investment Committee for a €32M Investment Fund in Madrid, investing in early stage companies across Spain, focussed on the industrial high technology sector.
Member of the Investment Committee for a €40M Investment Fund in Milan, investing in early stage companies across Italy, focused on sustainability technologies.
Chairman of the Investment Committee of a Proof-of-Concept and Seed fund in South Africa, the first fund of its kind in southern Africa.
Member of a panel assessing funding applications for a major European healthcare funding body.
Member of a panel assessing funding applications for proof-of-concept funding for a leading funding programme in Spain.
Advising a UK university on operational plans for key aspects of its technology transfer programme. These included spin-out company formation, technology licensing and proof-of-concept fund management.
Providing a European university TTO with a report on how its performance compares to others and advising on areas for further development.
Providing advice and support to a European university as it develops a new approach to research commercialisation, and the role the university plays in its innovation community.
Supporting a leading UK university on how to grow a research commercialisation programme in the social sciences, humanities and arts.