Scientists working in university and national labs are increasingly interested in launching startup companies as vehicles to actively translate their research derived innovations from lab-to-market. These commercial aspirations are routinely hindered by the belief that great technology alone provides a sufficient basis for a great startup company. This view often leads to a narrow business […]
Whether you’re a venture investor, a university startup champion, or a startup mentor, these tried and true questions can help you better assess the status of companies in your portfolio. Their rigorous application will help identify blind spots of the founding management team and will lead to better investment decisions.