Academicians Can Be Key Allies in Tech Transfer Talks

30 November 2007 Boston Business Journal Publication
Authors: Gabor Garai

As the innovations emerging from Boston-area research institutions present an exciting new business opportunity to entrepreneurs, the prospects of technology transfer investments are growing in popularity. To outline how an entrepreneur can find, approach, and court an inventor for potential partnership, Gabor Garai, a Boston partner and chairman of the national private equity and venture capital teams at Foley & Lardner, wrote “Academicians Can Be Key Allies in Tech Transfer Talks,” which appeared in Boston Business Journal on November 30th, 2007.

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