Startup Software Partnership Enables Dynamic Support For Texas A&M Spinouts


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"We anticipate this effort will propel our startups toward success at an even faster rate." So says Saraubh Biswas, director of Texas A&M's Office of Commercialization and Entrepreneurship, in announcing the school's partnership with StartupTree, a "leading platform for entrepreneurship centers."

The idea behind StartupTree's software is to help colleges and universities track and manage startups, and Texas A&M is the first university to do so.

"It will be easier for startups to find mentorship, funding, and other forms of help they may need to bring a technology to market," Chris Scotti, chair of Texas A&M's New Ventures Competition, says in a press release.

The platform will also help Texas A&M's startups connect with business mentors, legal advisers, and potential investors.

The platform is currently in pilot phase and should be up and running by the end of the year.

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