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The LymphaTech team evolved in the TI:GER Program.
TI:GER Team LymphaTech on Winning Streak in Business Plan Competitions
LymphaTech, a team that evolved in Georgia Tech's TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program, is on a winning streak at national and international business plan competitions.
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TI:GER Team CheckDroid Wins First Place at Georgia Tech Start-Up Competition
TI:GER Team CheckDroid Wins First Place at Georgia Tech Start-Up Competition
CheckDroid, a team that evolved in Georgia Tech's TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program, won the first Georgia Tech Start-up Competition.
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TI:GER® Team CheckDroid Wins First Place at Startup Madness
TI:GER® Team CheckDroid Wins First Place at Startup Madness
CheckDroid, a team that evolved in Georgia Tech's TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program, won the 4th annual ACC Startup Madness in Raleigh, NC.
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TI:GER Program Gives ECE Research Students Entrepreneurial Edge
TI:GER Program Gives ECE Research Students Entrepreneurial Edge
Doctoral students in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) are accustomed to conducting world-class research that leads to innovative technologies, but when it comes to translating a great idea into a marketable product there can often be a disconnect. How does a technology researcher learn about topics such as patent law, business plans, marketing strategy, and intellectual property analysis? The TI:GER (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) program in the Scheller College of Business can bridge the gap.
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MBA student Alex Zavorski gave the winning elevator pitch ($500) for his GoNow team's first-place winning ($10,000) bladder control techology.
TI:GER Team GoNow Wins Business Plan Competition for Bladder Control Technology
Technology that could help spinal-cord injury sufferers control their bladder by remote control won first place ($10,000) in the 2013 Georgia Tech Business Plan Competition.
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Heather Y. Kim will start work in Eaton Corporation's Global Leadership Development Program after graduation in May.
Full-time MBA Profile: Entrepreneurship Program Preparing Heather Y. Kim for Future Careers
Second-year MBA student Heather Y. Kim credits a lot of her drive for success to her father, who brought his family to Atlanta from South Korea with only $300 in his pocket when she was four years old.
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TI:GER Program Awarded Grant for Collaboration with German University
TI:GER Program Awarded Grant for Collaboration with German University
Georgia Tech's TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program recently won a grant from Georgia Tech's Fund for Innovation in Research and Innovation (GT FIRE) for an international technology commercialization project, to be conducted in collaboration with Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) of Munich, Germany.
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Secure InfoShare is developing security software in partnership with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University for use in the electronic medical records market.
TI:GER® Team Secure InfoShare Places in the 2011 Georgia Bowl® Business Plan Competition
Secure InfoShare, a company that evolved in the TI:GER® (Technological Innovation: Generating Economic Results) Program, placed third in the 2011 Georgia Bowl® Business Plan Competition on February 5. Secure InfoShare is developing security software in partnership with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University for use in the electronic medical records market.
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