FD Venture Farm Signs Emory University Office of Technology Transfer

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Emory Office of Technology Transfer to implement FD Venture Farm Online Entrepreneurial Platform

Mark Rainosek

Mark Rainosek, Chief Executive Officer of FD Venture Farm.

The FD Venture Farm Platform will allow us to private-brand an Emory online ecosystem which we can fully control, manage and scale.

FD Venture Farm announced the signing of The Emory Office of Technology Transfer (Emory or EOTT) as a new customer. Emory will implement the FD Venture Farm platform to power the management and controlled access and interaction with its numerous projects and entrepreneurial initiatives.

“The Emory Office of Technology Transfer is considered one of the leading technology transfer offices in the country managing the commercialization process of literally hundreds of innovations received from Emory’s world renowned faculty, “ said Mark Rainosek, Chief Executive Officer of FD Venture Farm. “By utilizing the FD Venture Farm platform, Emory will be able to better market and manage their entrepreneurial initiatives through their ability to control roles, permissions, notifications and access to projects and ventures as they evolve through the commercialization process.”

“FD Venture Farm has developed a unique and leading edge platform that is ideally suited to our needs,” said Todd Sherer, Associate VP, Research Administration and Executive Director of the Office of Technology Transfer, Emory University. “The FD Venture Farm Platform will allow us to private-brand an Emory online ecosystem which we can fully control, manage and scale. The platform will allow us to manage entrepreneurial ventures while allowing our experts and guests an efficient process to learn about and engage with these technologies.”

Emory’s online platform will be branded and ready for use before the end of the year.

About FD Venture Farm
FD Venture Farm manages a technology platform delivered as a Software as a Service (Saas) that is used by various customers managing private-branded online entrepreneurial ecosystems. FDVF customers include University Tech Transfer Offices and Centers of Entrepreneurship, Incubators and Accelerators, Industry Associations and large Corporations. These customers are seeking to manage the permission based access to entrepreneurial ventures within their own private-branded environment.

About Office of Technology Transfer, Emory University
Emory’s OTT is a hub of activity around innovation and feeding a world class product pipeline. Emory’s activities include patent protection, marketing, education, material transfer, license negotiation, and start-ups. The Emory OTT is a conduit for public and private partnerships, researchers and investors, industry and academy.

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