Venture Science Series: Are We There Yet? Introduction to Commercial Readiness

Wednesday 19 November, 2pm - 4pm
Introducing early career researchers to the building blocks of developing an idea or technology for commercial environments, covering ideation, testing an idea, business strategy, building a team and more.

Are we there yet? An introduction to Commercial Readiness.

How do you know when a technology is ready to be commercialised? How do you build a business case around a product or startup and what are the different ways you can get a technology out into the world? TTP will be back for a second session on 19 November (in person) to answer these questions and more in a talk to be held at Scale Space on Imperial’s White City Campus.

We’ll then move onto a panel discussion with postdocs from previous programmes including:

  • Dr Ola Hekselman, co-founder of Solveteq
  • Dr Jon Allin, founder of Permasense
  • Dr Nuria Oliva-Jorge, TrAPs Technology
  • Dr Sarah Fothergill, Techcelerate and medical applications

Stay on after the session to chat with TTP, the panel and other founders and businesses around White City.

This session will be hybrid event – attendees will be able to attend both remotely and in person.

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