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Good-Prac­ti­ce: Busi­ness Deve­lo­p­...

Good-Prac­ti­ce: Busi­ness Deve­lo­p­ment cen­ters at Ghent University

The lack of sufficient expertise and industry network in a particular field of research was increasingly becoming a problem with respect to scouting promising inventions and favoring their business development. There was a pressure of getting more patents, but many of these patents remained unexploited due to the absence of adequate business development activities.

The solution to the abovementioned problems was the creation in 2008 of a bivalent system, where the TTO was complemented by a set of new Business Development Centres (BDC), so to place scouting and business development activities closer to researchers.

Good-Prac­ti­ce: Busi­ness Deve­lo­p­ment cen­ters at Ghent University
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