Lunch and Learn: Understanding how your invention will make money – The business model
October 7 @ 11:45 am - 1:00 pm
Attendees to this event will learn about how the venture will become economically self-sufficient a requirement of all ongoing businesses. Even if you plan to license your technology, the licensee will want to understand how they will profit by licensing your technology so preparing a business model is essential to successfully commercialize your research.
About the speaker:
Wally Meyer helps startups achieve their marketplace potential. As founder and director of the Entrepreneurship Program at the University of Kansas and originator of the Startup School @ KU, Wally mentors dozens of faculty and student startups annually. His prior experience in starting/growing four of his own companies plus senior management for Gillette, Nabisco and Sprint provide applicable experiences to help SHARPhub program participants successfully commercialize their inventions.