A passion for start-ups like HubSpot from university entrepreneurship
18 January 2011 - Dharmesh Shah and Brian Halligan, the co-founders of HubSpot
Both Brian and Dharmesh took the New Enterprises course (fondly known as 15.390) focused on entrepreneurship. HubSpot was kicked-off, in part, during the New Enterprises class in Spring 2006, so the course has particular significance to them.
As a technology transfer agency working with universities, we at Bioscience Bridge closely follow success stories of "sales and marketing for startups."
When working with early-stage technologies we use a proven process designed to configure the technologies’ “road map” called Strategic GPS® Navigation Process. This process:
- Identifies the key targets
- Articulates the current situation (Where we are)
- Defines the desired objective (Where we want to be)
- Conveys the over-arching strategy
- Delineates the milestones
- Outlines the key tactics
- Bridges the science and the business in a comfortable atmosphere
Click here to read more.
And, feel free to contact us to discuss how our technology transfer agency can help you accelerate bioscience innovation at your university.