Where: Milano Ballroom, Norwich University, Northfield, VT
When: Tuesday, October 18, 11 AM- 5 PM
Successfully innovative firms new or old need a battery of resources, networks and skills to get their innovations to market. Hosted by VtSBDC’s Tech Commercialization Program and Norwich University’s NUARI (Norwich University Applied Research Institutes), this session sparks high-level personalized discussion with other developers and invited resources. Encouraging innovators in all disciplines, this year’s event has extra emphasis on Intellectual Property and technologies relevant to Defense, Health, and Energy.
John Williams, Office of Naval Research, Director Navy SBIR Programs has deep knowledge of the gamut of strategies and techniques for bringing new products to the services. Also here is Rich Hendel of Boeing who connects innovative small businesses with Boeing resources.
The program includes an update on the pending patent legislation and a variety of other resources including an overview of NUARI and its experience, connections and technology interests. The agenda eschews long presentations. Periodic short interactive presentations are designed to spark thoughts, discussion and potential collaborations.
Good Food, Connections, Insights — Tech Drivers III.
Register Now online http://vtsbdc.centerdynamics.com/workshop.aspx?ekey=11310014
Cost is $56 per person.