The Women and Technology Conference addresses the under-representation of women in fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). The conference aims to encourage women involved in technology education and research, private enterprises, the public sector, investing, and entrepreneurship.
The Bioscience Association of West Virginia will host the 7th Annual West Virginia Bioscience Summit on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at the Waterfront Place Hotel in Morgantown, West Virginia. State and regional leaders – from the life sciences, academia and government – will inform, educate and inspire attendees on a variety of topics, such as the incredible innovation coming out of state biotech companies, university commercialization activities, funding opportunities and much more.
Entrepreneurs and small business owners who want to advance innovative concepts through the commercialization process can explore federal funding opportunities during an SBIR Lunch & Learn April 18 at the Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI) in Huntington.
Representatives of early-to-mature stage companies operating in the high tech, life science or advanced manufacturing industries in West Virginia are encouraged to participate in the West Virginia Business Accelerator Bootcamp, an event designed to provide real world solutions to growing businesses in the state.
To see coverage and photos from the event, click here. TechConnect West Virginia and the TransTech Energy Business Development Program are pleased to announce that registration is open for the 2017 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day at the State Capitol. Join us as we gather at the State Capitol to showcase the state’s Innovation Economy […]
The Women & Technology Conference aims to encourage women involved in technology education and research, private enterprises, the public sector, investing, and entrepreneurship. The 2016 event will explore how women and technology can help to revitalize West Virginia’s economy.
West Virginia is known for many things – its people, its scenery, its natural resources and, now more than ever, an unbridled entrepreneurial spirit interested in creating opportunity here at home.
Our state’s innovation economy is beginning to blossom but more needs done to capitalize on the opportunities technology offers. West Virginia needs to engineer the foundation and framework upon which a thriving technology economy can be constructed. In essence, we need a roadmap that all stakeholders can follow that sets the course for growing our innovation economy.
Please join Intuit CEO Brad Smith and a select group of state political and opinion leaders, in attending the April 6th Growing Innovation in the Mountain State Policy Forum. The event will take place from 9:30 am-noon at BridgeValley Community & Technical College in the WV Regional Technology Park, in South Charleston.
There is no cost to attend, however, registration is required.
Learn more about “America’s largest seed fund”–the SBIR and STTR programs–at the SBIR Road Show, July 19, 2016, in Morgantown. This is your opportunity to meet one-on-one with SBIR program managers for federal agencies. Registration will open soon.
TechConnect is proud to be a co-sponsor of the 2016 WV Bioscience Summit. West Virginia’s Life Science Industries Create Value for West Virginia and the world! Bio West Virginia’s members are innovators – making discoveries, improving science, and growing our economy. The Sixth Annual West Virginia Bioscience Summit, which will take place April 26-27, 2016 […]
Participants with Governor Earl Ray Tomblin The 2016 Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day at the Capitol, hosted by TechConnect West Virginia and TransTech Energy Business Development on January 27, showcased highlights of the State’s innovation economy. From exhibits of “Google Cardboard” featuring virtual reality, to Azimuth’s sophisticated technology that supports our military, to fittings manufactured by Walhonde […]