April 26, 2017
WHAT: Kimberly Gramm, managing director of the Texas Tech University Innovation Hub at Research Park, will be available to the media to discuss the Spark Conference, scheduled for Thursday and Friday (April 27-28).
WHERE: Holden Hall, Room 119A (Davis Library)
EVENT: The Spark Conference is designed to connect investors, inventors and industry professionals all in one location. In addition to networking opportunities, startups also have a chance to earn funding. A total of $200,000 will be awarded over the two days to teams and startups that present to industry experts and investor panels.
The conference is free and open to the public.
CONTACT: Taysha Williams, program director, Innovation Hub at Research Park, Texas Tech University, (806) 834-2134 or email@example.com
This 40,000 square foot facility is designed to become a resource for the faculty and students of both Texas Tech University and the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center as well as community members interested in launching new ventures.
As Texas Tech becomes a major national research university, the TTU Innovation Hub at Research Park is a critical step in building the knowledge-based economy of West Texas.
Students are the future of our innovation-based mission. To aid them in developing their entrepreneurial ideas a new student organization, Texas Tech Innovation, Mentorship and Entrepreneurialism (TTIME), has been created and will be housed in the research park. Public-private partnerships will be able to lease space to develop companies within the facility.
The Innovation Hub at Research Park is located at 3911 4th Street, Lubbock, TX, just west of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.Twitter