What problem are you solving?
Can you state, in clear language, the key features & benefits of your product or service?
Who are your potential competitors?
Do you have access to the various resources you need to launch a business?
What is the size of the market that will buy your product or service?
What will it take to break even or make a profit?
Who will I need on my team?
Intellectual Property (IP Policy)
Conflict of Interest Policy
Business Plan Outline:
Share your news:
If you have a significant publication coming out, or a notable performance or exhibition to announce, notify the ORIC team . They can help you share the news of your achievement.
Understand intellectual property rights:
Before publishing, licensing, or commercializing your idea, read the university’s intellectual property policy to understand how your work will be credited, patented, and copyrighted.
Commercialize your research:
Commercialization brings your research to the attention of companies and investors with the resources to bring it to market. If you are interested in licensing or commercializing your research, start by reviewing the Commercialization Policy and contacting the ORIC Team.