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Federal Laboratory Consortium Mid-Atlantic Regional Meeting. Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania Susan Evatt, Senior Director Technology Commercialization Group September 15, 2005. Ben Franklin Technology Partners. Created 1982 Regionally based: 4 partners

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federal laboratory consortium mid atlantic regional meeting

Federal Laboratory ConsortiumMid-Atlantic Regional Meeting

Ben Franklin Technology Partners

of Southeastern Pennsylvania

Susan Evatt, Senior Director

Technology Commercialization Group

September 15, 2005

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

ben franklin technology partners
Ben Franklin Technology Partners
  • Created 1982
  • Regionally based: 4 partners
    • Headquarters: Philadelphia, Lehigh, Pittsburgh, State College
    • Private 501 c(3) non-profit corps
    • Statewide director for joint initiatives
    • BFTP/SEP: Five counties: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia
  • Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority
    • State policy board
    • Chaired by DCED Secretary

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

ben franklin s statewide impact
Ben Franklin’s Statewide Impact
  • Measurable & independently verified (1989-2004)
    • 39,413 High Value Jobs Created & Retained
      • Average wage 28% morethan state average
    • 1,199 New Technology Companies Funded
    • 4,775 Products & Processes Implemented & Commercialized
  • Independent impact report (1989-2001)
    • Bolstered state economy by $8 billion
    • 23:1 return on the state’s investment
    • Generated more than $400 million in additional tax revenue

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

ben franklin in southeastern pennsylvania

Ben Franklin in Southeastern Pennsylvania

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

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Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania:Our ApproachCapital…Knowledge…Networks

Capital: Investment Group

  • Capital for innovative start-up & established technology enterprises
  • Partner in venture capital funds
  • Partner with angel investor networks
    • Ben Franklin Investment Partners
  • Pre-seed: SBIR; Proof of Concept pools
  • Business development assistance for portfolio companies

Knowledge: Technology Commercialization Group

  • Product development & commercialization solutions
    • Increased competitiveness & market expansion
  • Technology-specific partnerships
  • Technology Commercialization Network
    • 20 member universities

Networks: Regional Technology Initiatives

  • Develop, seed & implement
  • Longer term, transformative impact
  • Technology Hubs, KIZs

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

capital knowledge networks
Capital…Knowledge…Networks

Investment Group

  • Direct investment portfolio:
    • $22+ million, 137 company investment portfolio
    • $110 million invested in 1,400 regional enterprises since 1983
    • More than $75+ million of follow-on investment in FY’04
  • Investment Partner in privately managed venture funds, capital pools and investment programs
  • More than money
    • Mentoring / Milestone Coaching; Business / Business Plan Development; Business Information & Competitive Intelligence; Management Recruitment; Advisory Board / Board of Directors; Development; Capital Contacts; Entrepreneurial / Business Networks

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

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Capital…Knowledge…Networks

Technology Commercialization Group

  • Technology Commercialization Network: 20 participating institutions
    • Federally funded model for industry/academic partnerships
  • Dual approach: one-on-one company/university projects; collaborative company/ university/govt. initiatives
  • NSF Partnership for Broadband Wireless Innovations
    • Villanova, Widener, AFRL, NSWCCD, BFTP/SEP, Community Colleges, High School, Large Corps, Small Companies
  • Consortium for Sustainable Design and Research
    • Philadelphia U, Villanova, Temple, Del Val Green Bldg. Council, BFTP/SEP
  • Ben Franklin Innovation Center  National Center for Translational Research
    • Ag-based viral research; bio community; spin-outs
    • Drexel U, Del Val Clg, Hepatitis B Foundation

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

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Launched in 2001/02 by BFTP/SEP, Drexel University & The University of Pennsylvania

A comprehensive model designed to be a catalyst for regional nano development & commercialization

Seeded with $12.8M from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania & $1.3M from BFTP/SEP

ENTERPRISEDEVELOPMENT & COMMERCIALIZATION

INDUSTRY INFORMED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

EDUCATION & WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

NTI

COMMUNITY OF INTEREST NETWORKS

ECONOMIC RESEARCH & PLANNING

RISKCAPITAL

Capital…Knowledge…Networks

Regional Technology Initiatives

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

A comprehensive, holistic approach.

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Capital…Knowledge…Networks

One-Dimensional Probes

Bio Sensors

Four Core Research Areas

Drug Delivery Systems

Tissue Engineering

  • $90+M Federal R&D grants awarded ($8.8 federal:$1 state)
  • Industry guided technology development
  • 43 research faculty & 103 support post docs, grads & students representing 11 universities
  • Focus on commercialization approaches
    • 3 NTI related companies
    • NTI Applications Fund
    • SRA initiatives
    • Corporate member common research issues

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

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Corporate Membership

Charter Member ($50,000 / year)

Right of first review for IP generated by the NTI

One seat on the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) of the NTI for input to the directions of research of the Core Research Teams

Annual private day-long conference between corporate member scientists (up to 5) and the faculty members of the core research teams

Quarterly research reports

More corporate member benefits under development

Capital…Knowledge…Networks

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

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Capital…Knowledge…Networks

Regional Initiatives

  • A collaborative effort, established to position the tri-state region (DE, NJ, & PA)
    • Founded by the New Jersey Commission on Science & Technology, Delaware Technology Park & BFTP/SEP; U.S. Dept. of Commerce/EDA funded
  • Objectives
    • Securing and Attracting Funding
      • Facilities, research, commercialization, investments
    • Developing & Disseminating Information & Knowledge
      • Best Practices, policy & planning, emerging opportunities
    • Positioning the region
      • Unified message, critical mass, diverse strengths

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

www.midatlanticnano.org

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For more information, contact:

Susan Evatt, Senior Director

Technology Commercialization Group

215-972-6700 x 3059

Visit us online at www.sep.benfranklin.org

Providing capital, knowledge & networks since 1982.

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