Delaware Business Blog

2012 Regional Commercialization Conference in Wilmington Delaware

NJTC will present a day long Conference that will bring together an invited audience of university tech transfer
officers, entrepreneurs and investors (venture capitalists, angel investors, business development officers, licensing officers, etc.) for a
keynote address, panel discussions and presentations of technologies on the commercially-ready pathway at area universities.

Panel Discussion: Someone Invested In Your Startup, Now What?

This panel will focus on moving past the initial commercial investment into “what next” and exploring what is expected
by investors and how to leverage connections into bigger companies.
Moderator: Stephen Schott, Shareholder, Volpe and Koenig, P.C.
Panelists: Kevin McClosky, Director, Technology Banking & Investments, Spouting Rock Capital Advisors
Savraj Singh, Founder and CEO, Wattvision
Bill Ayers, Founder, Private Equity Exchange and Angel Investor
Brian Stalter, Assistant General Counsel, Transactional Practice Group, Bristol-Myers Squib

University Presentations (complete as of 11/7/2012)
Drexel University • NJIT • Princeton University • University of Delaware • UMDNJ

Networking Break

Panel Discussion: Making the Connection
This panel will explore how to connect “formal” tech transfer offices with “informal” or grass roots organizations. The
panel will also discuss how an entrepreneur can have better knowledge and access to technologies and the problems
of larger companies that may be solved by an entrepreneur.
Moderator: Gretchen L. Temeles, Associate, Duane Morris LLP
Panelists: TBD

Lunch and Luncheon Speaker
Mung Chiang, Professor, Director of Graduate Studies, Electrical Engineering Department, Princeton University

Networking and Poster Session

December 6, 2012
Doub l e T r e e by Hi l ton Downtown Wi lming ton – L e g a l Di s t r i c t
7 0 0 N. King S t . , Wi lming ton, De l awa r e , 1 9 8 0 4


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