Getting from ‘raw research results’ to a ‘commercial proposition’

So you’ve got some nice research results, insights, technology or IP, maybe via a typical research council grant to get to this stage.  But your work is not yet ready for commercialisation.  Maybe the next step is not ‘research enough’ for a conventional grant, but the work is too far from market for a commercial organisation to fund it?

What you need is ‘translational funding’ – to plug the gap between research and commercialisation.Julian Peck

Julian Peck of Cambridge Enterprise will be talking about Translational Funding

Tuesday 26th November, 12:00 – 14:00 at Cambridge Enterprise

Lunch provided at 12:00 and proceedings start at 12:30

Places will be limited, so if you’d like to come (and you’d like some lunch) then contact Charles Boulton (cb683@cam.ac.uk) to reserve your place.

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Author: innovationcoaching

I consult and coach in innovation and its management, based in the UK but working nearly anywhere. This blog is just a few musings, observations and evolving thinking. I look forward to your comments

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