OMAHA, Nebraska (February 9, 2022)—Innovation Week will enter its third day today at noon when a panel discusses some of the resources available to local entrepreneurs.
The panel will feature Josh Nichol-Caddy, the Technology Commercialization Director at the Nebraska Business Development Center; Jace Gatzemeyer, innovation development strategist at UNeTech; Joy Eakin, Entrepreneurship Program Manager at NUtech Ventures; Matt Foley, Program Director at Invest Nebraska; and Megan Varnum, principal consultant at BBC Entrepreneurial Training & Consulting.
Anyone can log into the panel discussion at https://unomaha.zoom.us/j/97605682096.
Sponsored by UNeMed, Innovation Week is a series of events that celebrate and encourage innovation and discovery at the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska at Omaha. The week concludes with the Innovation Awards, which honors all UNMC and UNO faculty, students and staff who contributed to a new invention, received a U.S. patent or had a technology successfully licensed during the previous fiscal year.
The awards ceremony is planned for Thursday, Feb. 10, at noon. The hour-long program will announce the Most Promising New Invention of the Year, the Startup of the Year and the Innovator of the Year.
Anyone can log into the Awards ceremony at https://unomaha.zoom.us/j/93036191871.
Previous Innovation Week events were a panel discussion about prototyping resources in the area, and another panel discussion about the rigors of building a startup company around a new invention.
Videos of all three panel discussions will soon be available.
To view any of those videos or to learn more about Innovation Week and the Innovation Awards, including any potential itinerary changes or updates, visit UNeMed’s Innovation Week page at https://www.unemed.com/innovation-week.