"We anticipate this effort will propel our startups toward success at an even faster rate." So says Saraubh Biswas, director of Texas A&M's Office of Commercialization and Entrepreneurship, in announcing the school's partnership with StartupTree, a "leading platform for entrepreneurship centers."
The idea behind StartupTree's software is to help colleges and universities track and manage startups, and Texas A&M is the first university to do so.
"It will be easier for startups to find mentorship, funding, and other forms of help they may need to bring a technology to market," Chris Scotti, chair of Texas A&M's New Ventures Competition, says in a press release.
The platform will also help Texas A&M's startups connect with business mentors, legal advisers, and potential investors.
The platform is currently in pilot phase and should be up and running by the end of the year. Read the Entire Article
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