We provide a variety of services and support. Texas Innovation Center services include, but are not limited to:
New Venture Support
We offer events and programming for faculty, postdocs and graduate students that include educational workshops, speaker series, coaching sessions and direct guidance for technology commercialization pathway, from ideation to market validation to fundraising.
BridgeSource Medical – John Porterfield
Cooper Consulting – Alen Cooper
Stephen Gould Corporation – Elliott Jackson
Foley and Lardner – Ybet Villacorta
Insperity – Susan Vaughan
MITRE Corporation – Russ Graves
Nonfiction – Phnam Bagley
Vela Wood – Radney Wood
Wolf Greenfield – Tani Chen
FisherBroyles, LLP – Kevin Lashus
Entvantage Diagnostics – Elisa Maldonado-Holmertz
A dedicated space for researchers and startups based on university research is available for use during monitored business hours and includes open desks and conference rooms to work on ventures and host meetings.
Wet Lab Incubator
We plan to offer lab space with fume hoods for early-stage startups with UT IP to conduct lab work, continuing to develop technology toward a minimum viable product or proof-of-concept embodiment. IP created in this space will belong to the startup company.
Texas Law School Videos and Collateral
The Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic provides transactional business law representation to entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations and community groups. The clinic represents clients on a broad range of transactional legal matters, including:
- choice of entity counseling,
- formation of for-profit and nonprofit entities,
- assistance in obtaining and maintaining federal tax-exempt status,
- contract review and drafting,
- real estate work,
- trademark and copyright filings,
- employment law counseling, and
- general counsel services for nonprofit boards of directors.
Texas Venture Labs Support — Business Development and Financial Forecasting
Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs is a campus-wide initiative to accelerate startups in taking their innovations to market and to transform graduate students into entrepreneurs and business leaders. Below are helpful templates to utilize for early-stage startups: