Tag Archives: Elaine Hamm
In 2013, Hamm designed and developed i2E’s Proof of Concept Center, the nation’s first statewide university center for evaluating the commercial market for cutting-edge technologies.
The focus of last week’s bootcamp workshop was to learn about developing and testing a business model for the team’s technology or startup.
The final presentations of the inaugural Oklahoma Proof of Concept Center showed all the possible outcomes from evaluating new technologies for possible commercialization.
The inaugural Oklahoma Proof of Concept class yielded some surprising decisions for three concepts when final presentations were made this week.
The secret to growing a successful business is identifying potential customers early in the process of creating a new venture.
Wise entrepreneurs should take Newton’s third law to heart when they face push back as they advance their new companies and products.
Sir Isaac Newton’s second law of motion can be used by entrepreneurs to map out a “lean” startup strategy for their new ventures.
Sir Isaac’s three laws of motion can teach those of us in the entrepreneurial ecosystem more than a thing or two about the mechanics of creating a startup.
The Oklahoma Proof of Concept Center takes a creative approach to moving technology out of the “Valley” to the marketplace.