Innovate Arkansas provides the necessary due diligence required to identify potential new technology products and services, assist the founders or inventors of the products with their business startup and financial support needs, and provide the mentoring needs to move them to commercial enterprises.
- Technology product assessments
- Market feasibility analysis
- Intellectual property advice
- Commercialization strategies
- Business plan development
- Coaching and mentoring assistance
- Product and concept valuation
- Enhance links to existing capital resources
- Early stage investment advice
- SBIR application assistance
- STTR application assistance
- Federal, state and local grant assistance
- Second and third stage financing assistance
On-The-Shelf Intellectual Property Development
- Identification of on-the-shelf IP
- Negotiation of control of on-the-shelf IP
- Matching on-the-shelf IP with serial entrepreneurs
- On-the-shelf IP development
- Utilization of Winrock International’s IP professional network for general IP questions
EAST students at Greenbrier High School are among those who stand to benefit from a DRA grant that will speed the opening of the Launch Pad maker space in the Argenta Innovation Center.
The nonprofit Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub announces a $250,000 grant from the Delta Regional Authority to be used for program support and administrative operations at the planned Argenta Innovation Center.
October was a good month for two Little Rock startup tech firms, Treatsie LLC and Bourbon & Boots Inc. of Little Rock, which received a total of $650,000 in investments.
Artisan sweets: The phrase rolls off the tongue like butterscotch. Or perhaps caramel. Little Rock startup Treatsie aims to roll off the tongue like the sweet treat of your choice.