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Aug 2013
The University of Toledo took a leadership role in developing technology and nurturing entrepreneurship by investing in technology transfer in order to drive success, enrich student work-related education and develop inventions derived from basic research into commercially viable products. Toward these goals, it created a robust pathway for university discoveries to move from the lab to successfully launch into the market through its Lab-to-Launch program.

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Aug 2013
The focus of CVVF is to provide entrepreneurs and businesses access to capital and relationships to support innovation, create jobs, and encourage economic growth. CVVF was established to bring together investors and entrepreneurs in the Central Valley. Participants and attendees have included entrepreneurs, both successful and aspiring, along with venture capitalists, investment bankers, angel investors, evaluation executives, corporate executives, and community leaders. In an informal setting, entrepreneurs—whether new or seasoned—have the opportunity to network with those professionals who may provide essential links to the development of a successful venture.

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Aug 2013
The San Joaquin Valley Rural Development Center (SJVRDC) was established by the Office of Community and Economic Development at Fresno State in 2010 to serve as a one-stop resource center and technical assistance provider for rural communities in the San Joaquin Valley. SJVRDC is aligned with the principal of community engagement and public service that is a pillar of Fresno State. Many of the rural communities in the region are confronted with limited resources, staff, and time that impede their ability to carry out projects that are vital to the socio-economic well-being of their residents. SJVRDC addresses these challenges by connecting rural communities to a wide range of indispensable resources, services, and expertise that helps ensure community and economic development needs are met efficiently, effectively, and affordably.

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Aug 2013
The University of Idaho’s Office of Economic Development, the Idaho Department of Commerce, regional economic development agencies and other stakeholders have joined together to create the Idaho Pathways Project—a collaborative effort to stimulate successful productivity and prosperity while positioning Idaho’s economy to be more competitive and dynamic in today’s global marketplace.

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