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About Us

 As a specialty center of the South-West Texas Border SBDC Network at the UTSA Institute for Economic Development, Technology Commercialization Center (TCC) provides professional advisory services at no-cost to entrepreneurs, university faculty researchers, startups and established businesses pursuing innovations and/or technology development in advanced science, technology, engineering and life science industries. 

 

The TCC partners with Texas SBDC Regional Networks to provide technical and business assistance. Our team consists of TCC Project Managers and SBDC Certified Technology Business Advisors.
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WHO WE SERVE

Our clients are Texas-based small businesses, aspiring entrepreneurs and innovators

 

WHO WE COLLABORATE WITH

  • Multiple Federal Agencies ( Civilian & Military )
  • Texas Office of the Governor (Economic Development)
  • University Innovation Centers
  • University Technology Transfer Offices
  • Business Incubators and Accelerators
  • Entrepreneurial Support Organizations (ESO)
  • Angel Investors and Venture Capitalists
  • Applied Research Institutions
  • Economic Development Centers & Foundations
  • Council of Governments

 

OUR MISSION

PROMOTE science and technology based innovation, FOSTER regional and community entrepreneurship, and CREATE a globally competitive economy in Texas.

 

OUR VISION

Foster innovation and amplify technological competitiveness of  scalable science and technology companies in Texas by providing business and technical assistance to improve their access to high-risk capital,  technical expertise and advanced technologies thereby increasing their bandwidth for innovation, applied research and development, technology transfer and market deployment.

 

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