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June 2: CO-LABS, Innosphere Hosting Take Your Discovery from the Lab to Real World

Updated: Jun 3

(SEE VIDEO BELOW) Discoveries and research across a huge spectrum of science are manifesting in federal laboratories in Colorado - this quick webinar will lay out the crucial framework to contemplate how to bring brilliance from the lab to the real world.


This free webinar is for: scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs who see their discoveries having applications beyond the laboratory and want to learn what it takes to apply technologies to the challenges facing society beyond the lab.


CO-LABS and Innosphere Ventures are teaming up to help you understand the broad spectrum of resources, as well as the necessary steps to consider as you explore how your science can move outside the lab.


FREE, open to all

10:00 - 11:00 am MST

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Online - Zoom webinar


Topics to be covered include:

  • Step one: Securing rights to your technology and IP

  • Customer discovery: Identifying the problem your technology solves

  • Discerning your labs' protocols for T2

  • Initial target market: How to think about your market sizing

  • Your business model: How to think about revenue and sales

  • Pursuing funding: Grants or early investors?

  • What role do support organizations like Innosphere Ventures play?

  • Next Steps

Mapping out these steps and defining your business milestones requires preparation with experienced, business commercialization experts from the tech industry who have done this before! Attendees will learn how an incubation program like Innosphere Ventures can guide you from the earliest steps of forming your business, to raising non-dilutive capital, and if it’s your goal - all the way through sale or acquisition.

Innosphere Ventures is widely regarded as the leading science and technology incubator in the region, with experienced mentors that work to support the commercialization efforts of CEOs and founders.



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