Technology Commercialization Services

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Our goal is to create business startups and economic growth from new technologies. We help researchers, entrepreneurs and businesses interested in R&D transform research and innovative technologies into commercial success. Last year, NBDC helped companies obtain $2,166,000 in funding for technology commercialization.

Find confidential specialized assistance in three key areas:


funding

FUNDING INNOVATION
New technologies—innovative, cutting-edge—have unique funding requirements. NBDC offers over 35-years of experience helping secure capital for businesses in Nebraska to help you develop a funding strategy that is appropriate for your technology and situation. More on funding
partnerships

FINDING PARTNERSHIPS AND RESOURCES
Researchers and small businesses often need assistance forming essential connections they need to introduce new technologies. NBDC has access to resources and business networks that will help you identify manufacturers, educational institutions, companies, consultants, and service providers for your team. More on building a team
business planning

BUSINESS GROWTH AND SUSTAINABILITY

NBDC helps businesses develop a strong foundation for profitability and growth through access to market research analysis and the effective use of the lean business model that tests marketability through early and frequent customer contact. More on market services

Can Vuran
“During the SBIR application process, NBDC provided tremendous help. Their SBIR/STTR workshop provided very useful and practical information. Their market research service gave us solid data to better understand the target market, our customer needs, and the competition we face. This information significantly improved our application proposal. In addition, based on their business network in Nebraska, NBDC introduced us to several potential partners, which are crucial to the growth of our business.”— Mehmet Can Vuran, PhD, Cyber-Physical Networking Laboratory, University of Nebraska-Lincoln