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AUDIO ONLY - TTO Operating in the Red? Now What?

This is an audio-only, downloadable recording of the webinar described below.

Except for the lucky few research institutions whose TTOs generate more revenue than they cost, most of the rest lose money. This session will explore the implications and strategies for making a case for continuing support from institutional leadership. The webinar will feature findings from a university discussion group and TTO directors’ survey.
December 12, 2018
$75.00
$100.00

TTO Operating in the Red? Now What?


Except for the lucky few research institutions whose TTOs generate more revenue than they cost, most of the rest lose money. This session will explore the implications and strategies for making a case for continuing support from institutional leadership. The webinar will feature findings from a university discussion group and TTO directors' survey.

12/12/18
December 12, 2018
$150.00
$225.00

AUDIO ONLY - US Export Controls on Technology

This is an audio-only, downloadable recording of the webinar described below.

Technology practitioners are often unaware of U.S. government regulations restricting the export of technology outside the U.S. or with foreign nationals located in the U.S. or abroad. Whether you work for a corporation, university, or any other institution, you should have a general awareness of legal restrictions on the export of certain technical information. Restricted transfers can take place when you send technical information via email, data downloads, or through conversations. Who is authorized to receive such information and when do you need to obtain an authorization from the government? How will that information be used abroad? Are you dealing with a denied party? Does your institution have a procedure for laptop travel abroad? Violations of the rules can yield penalties in the millions of dollars and jail time. In this webinar, we will cover the basics of U.S. export controls under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations, case examples, and best practices.
November 14, 2018
$75.00
$100.00

U.S. Export Controls on Technology - What You Need to Know


Technology practitioners are often unaware of U.S. government regulations restricting the export of technology outside the U.S. or with foreign nationals located in the U.S. or abroad. Whether you work for a corporation, university, or any other institution, you should have a general awareness of legal restrictions on the export of certain technical information. Restricted transfers can take place when you send technical information via email, data downloads, or through conversations. Who is authorized to receive such information and when do you need to obtain an authorization from the government? How will that information be used abroad? Are you dealing with a denied party? Does your institution have a procedure for laptop travel abroad? Violations of the rules can yield penalties in the millions of dollars and jail time. In this webinar, we will cover the basics of U.S. export controls under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations, case examples, and best practices.

November 14, 2018
$150.00
$225.00

AUDIO ONLY - Promoting Partnerships Through Technology Showc

This is an audio-only, downloadable recording of the webinar described below.

Technology showcases can be strong vehicles for creating new partnerships and opportunities between researchers and potential investors and funders. This session will focus on the basics, such as picking the best format, arranging logistics, promotion, and running a successful event. Topics will include determining your audience, experiences hosting showcases singly and with other partner universities, arranging partnering meetings, accommodating special requests and more. We will also discuss lessons learned. Attendees will leave better informed about deciding whether to host a showcase of their own.
November 01, 2018
$75.00
$100.00

Promoting Partnerships Through Technology Showcases


Technology showcases can be strong vehicles for creating new partnerships and opportunities between researchers and potential investors and funders. This session will focus on the basics, such as picking the best format, arranging logistics, promotion, and running a successful event. Topics will include determining your audience, experiences hosting showcases singly and with other partner universities, arranging partnering meetings, accommodating special requests and more. We will also discuss lessons learned. Attendees will leave better informed about deciding whether to host a showcase of their own.

November 01, 2018
$150.00
$225.00

AUDIO ONLY - Hiring a Licensing Associate

This is an audio-only, downloadable recording of the webinar described below.

Licensing associates are on the front lines of tech transfer office operations: They work directly with faculty members, negotiate deal terms with industry counterparts, coordinate patent prosecution strategies, market technologies, educate and manage expectations, and so much more. A successful licensing associate must be able to shift gears rapidly and move nimbly from one topic and task to another. This webinar will examine the qualities that factor into the decision to hire a licensing associate, with a focus on both the essential "hard" qualifications that are a prerequisite for success, as well as the "soft skills" that are fundamentally just as important when selecting the right person for this challenging role. This webinar will be particularly helpful for tech transfer directors and managers in charge of hiring, and candidates seeking to land licensing associate job.
October 11, 2018
$75.00
$100.00

Hiring a Licensing Associate:Selecting the Best...


Licensing associates are on the front lines of tech transfer office operations: They work directly with faculty members, negotiate deal terms with industry counterparts, coordinate patent prosecution strategies, market technologies, educate and manage expectations, and so much more. A successful licensing associate must be able to shift gears rapidly and move nimbly from one topic and task to another. This webinar will examine the qualities that factor into the decision to hire a licensing associate, with a focus on both the essential "hard" qualifications that are a prerequisite for success, as well as the "soft skills" that are fundamentally just as important when selecting the right person for this challenging role. This webinar will be particularly helpful for tech transfer directors and managers in charge of hiring, and candidates seeking to land licensing associate job.

October 11, 2018
$150.00
$225.00

AUDIO ONLY - Structuring Equity License Transactions

This is an audio-only, downloadable recording of the webinar described below.

With the heightened attention of senior academic administrators on economic development and fostering innovation ecosystems, academic technology transfer organizations are increasingly focusing their commercialization activities on identifying, qualifying, incubating, accelerating, and financing start-up ventures. This top-down pressure is aligned with bottom-up pressure from faculty researchers who are interested in the impact of their discoveries and want to commercialize them through start-ups. Technology managers are now thrust into new roles beyond positioning the licensed technology to become part of a commercially successful product in a thriving company. To achieve these goals, technology managers and other licensing executives need to: understand the most critical economic terms that should be included in equity documents, consider alternative deal structures to improve the probability for success, and build a deal structure that facilitates • not impedes • an exit opportunity for each equity position. This session will provide attendees with the tools they need to improve their skills in structuring equity license transactions.
September 18, 2018
$75.00
$100.00

Structuring Equity License Transactions for Success

With the heightened attention of senior academic administrators on economic development and fostering innovation ecosystems, academic technology transfer organizations are increasingly focusing their commercialization activities on identifying, qualifying, incubating, accelerating, and financing start-up ventures. This top-down pressure is aligned with bottom-up pressure from faculty researchers who are interested in the impact of their discoveries and want to commercialize them through start-ups. Technology managers are now thrust into new roles beyond positioning the licensed technology to become part of a commercially successful product in a thriving company. To achieve these goals, technology managers and other licensing executives need to: understand the most critical economic terms that should be included in equity documents, consider alternative deal structures to improve the probability for success, and build a deal structure that facilitates - not impedes - an exit opportunity for each equity position. This session will provide attendees with the tools they need to improve their skills in structuring equity license transactions.

September 18, 2018
$150.00
$225.00
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