TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OFFICERS

Technology transfer offices and the research institutions they serve are at the front line of breakthrough developments every day. Leading research engines may be feeding their commercialization pipeline with hundreds of new inventions each year, while balancing the competing constraints of budget, human resources, and responsiveness to various constituents.

Ripple Management provides technology transfer officers the support they need to reach their objectives more efficiently. We bring a full suite of comprehensive services to help identify, capture, assess, protect, fund and leverage institution-developed technology. Bringing Ripple Management to the table as a partner is seamless and allows tech transfer professionals to manage conflicts and to focus on less cases or more specific functions while developing, maintaining, and exploiting their IP portfolio with additional effectiveness.

Our professionals will help you establish and quickly implement the most advantageous disposition strategies for your entire docket, handling as many or as few as the ministerial details as you determine, enabling you to drive many more projects in parallel. Rather than saddling your budget with more upfront costs, we’ll share the risk on promising technologies by bringing our entrepreneurial approach to the commercialization process.

We’ve helped technology transfer officers showcase the value they bring to their department and their university. Let us help you achieve the same results.

Representative Engagements

  • Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) engaged Ripple Management to help support aspects of the technology transfer function in the absence of dedicated resources. We obtained funding to support the analysis and advancement of several technologies, including a biopharmaceutical technology that protects the brain from stroke and neurotoxin exposure. Working with the inventors and MSM, Ripple developed a commercialization plan and helped deliver the pitch that won the top award in the BIO/Plan Competition at the 2010 Southeast BIO Investor Forum.
  • We helped the technology transfer office at The University of Alabama – Huntsville by advising and eventually leading the development of a business plan with MBA-interns to become a finalist in the 2010 Alabama Launchpad competition.  Since the contest, Ripple founded RogueIP, Inc., demonstrated proof of concept by selling test services, recruited a domain experienced CEO, and engaged with a software development company to create new commercial products

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