Missing Link

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University or corporate technology transfer is basically ineffective because of the missing link described in this presentation. The Design Studio is in part a "proof of concept" center as well as a …

University or corporate technology transfer is basically ineffective because of the missing link described in this presentation. The Design Studio is in part a "proof of concept" center as well as a redesign studio.

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  • The second major element of this project is based upon the missing link. We have plenty of researchers across the USA where we can access their technology. There are many inventors who would cherish a relationship with a design studio network to take their invention and make it into a business. The route to becoming commercial is difficult and not a straight line. In fact, most ideas crash and burn. They never become commercial products. We believe that the Design Studio can serve a vehicle for small rural towns to identify ideas that can lead to new companies headquartered in your hometown. They would provide higher paying professionals jobs in the $50,000 to $100,000 range.

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  • 1. Missing Link Inventors & Researchers Entrepreneurs & Companies (Private & Public) “ Crash and Burn” Inventions are seldom commercialized because the connection is often never made!
  • 2. Missing Link Inventors & Researchers Entrepreneurs & Companies (Private & Public) Bridge to: Identify Inventors Market Analysis Redesign & Add Value (Ketchup Bottle) Sell Patented Idea to Hometowns Design Studios