If you are excited about an idea or a potential innovation, one of the very first steps is to talk to one of IXA’s business developers, even if your idea is still in the concept stage and plans are very much ‘under construction’. The sooner you involve us, the better – in particular when protection of intellectual property is at stake. Let us inform you about the dos and don’ts of making your research data and results public.
We have specialised business developers for each research field – from engineering, maths and life sciences to the arts, humanities and social sciences. They will support you in assessing the opportunities and potential pitfalls of your idea and advise you on the steps to be taken. For social sciences & humanities (SSH) and life sciences we developed valorisation guides, find them below and on the Documents & Brochures page.
Questions you can expect from our team:
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Two heads are better than one. At this stage, you can benefit from the advice and assistance of our team of business developers.
Unsure of the potential of your innovation? Find inspiration by reading our Stories. You may be surprised to find out how A ‘pearl’ of an idea provides unexpected business opportunities.
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