On this episode of IP know-how switch, Lisa is happy to talk with Jim O’Connell, assistant vice chairman for commercialization at UF Innovate on the College of Florida. Along with UF Innovate, Jim additionally runs the Sid Martin Biotech and The Hub and is the director of technical licenses. Jim works with inside and exterior constituents to offer strategic management and course in constructing and capitalizing on services, experience and know-how on the College of Florida.
Hear Jim share his expertise and journey to Tech Switch at UF Innovate. Jim talks about the true story behind Gatorade’s invention, what occurs to the cash generated by the recognizable model, and the way he and his workforce are dealing with the expectations that not all UF innovations will meet. the identical blockbuster standing.
Jim discusses the construction of his workplace and the variety of invention disclosures, patent filings, revenue-generating offers, royalties and different metrics his workplace had final 12 months. Jim believes that workforce and business expertise are crucial in managing improvements to have the perfect probability of success. Hear Jim share a few of his workplace’s greatest successes and two of their greatest challenges.
Jim talks about UF Innovate and the College of Florida packages that assist encourage and help ladies and different underrepresented inventors and entrepreneurs. Jim says if he had three needs for his workplace it might be: model recognition, shifting away from the zero-sum sport, and rooting an entrepreneurial tradition on campus and in Gainesville.
On this episode:
- [01:58] Welcome to the present, Jim!
- [02:15] Jim shares his journey and journey to Tech Switch at UF Innovate.
- [03:33] Hear, as Jim tells the true story of Gatorade’s invention.
- [06:04] What occurs with the cash generated by Gatorade?
- [07:13] Jim explains how he and his workforce managed to handle expectations that not all UF innovations will likely be Gatorade’s success.
- [09:40] Jim talks about what UF Innovate is doing to encourage and facilitate early childhood entrepreneurship.
- [12:06] Jim talks in regards to the enterprise engagement group his workplace has created.
- [13:03] Jim discusses the incubators they known as The Hub and Sid Martin Biotech and what they do.
- [15:23] How do these corporations from everywhere in the world know find out how to come to the College of Florida?
- [16:45] Jim talks about his workplace and its construction.
- [19:17] Jim talks in regards to the group of corporations he based just a few years in the past.
- [21:28] Are you able to inform us what number of invention disclosures, patent filings, income producing agreements, royalties and different parameters your workplace had final 12 months?
- [24:06] Workforce and business expertise is most essential in managing improvements to have the perfect probability of success.
- [25:22] Jim shares a few of his workplace’s greatest success tales by way of profitable know-how and startups.
- [26:44] Jim discusses the 2 greatest challenges in his workplace.
- [28:36] Do UF Innovate or the College of Florida have any packages to encourage and help ladies or different underrepresented inventors and entrepreneurs?
- [29:38] The three needs Jim has for his workplace are: model recognition, to get away from the zero-sum sport, and to attempt to root an entrepreneurial tradition on campus and in Gainesville.
- [31:52] Thanks for being on the present!