This two-hour class is focused on teaching deep tech teams (e.g. cleantech, life sciences, etc) how to pitch their product idea through a compelling narrative and data from the market. Work with CU Boulder staff and mentors to learn the elements of a winning pitch. Bring your initial draft to practice with an expert.
This is great preparation for Lab Venture Challenge (which has never been more competitive) and other special opportunities for your venture.
If you're thinking about starting a company to commercialize your research innovation (or you've already started), don’t miss this informational session about CU’s new accelerator for deep tech startups. Ascent Deep Tech Accelerator helps deep tech startups build their businesses, raise funding and launch out of the university.
This info session will feature leaders from Venture Partners at CU Boulder who will walk through the opportunity in depth.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), part of NIH, recently announced its annual “$100,000 for Start a SUD Startup” Challenge. The challenge's goal is to support research ideas in the area of Substance Use Disorders (SUDs) that are intended to be the foundation for the development of successful new startups.
Do you have a clean energy tech that you'd like to translate into a business? Applications are now open for Chain Reaction Innovations's Cohort 6. This fellowship embeds entrepreneurs at Argonne National Laboratory for two years and offers business and tech mentoring.