|Fuentek is excited to announce the recent redesign of the Dryden IPP Web site.|
Technology transfer offices across the country strive to find the most effective ways to market available technologies as well as to communicate with and attract potential partners. Many of our clients have discovered how powerful the Web can be in helping them achieve both of these goals. For example, Fuentek recently helped the Innovative Partnerships Program (IPP) at NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center develop an exciting new Web site that features technology licensing opportunities as well as information about how potential partners can collaborate with the center—all wrapped up in an interface that is straightforward and easy to navigate.
The IPP Office at Dryden recognized the power of online technology marketing through the licensing interest we had generated for their technologies through the Fuentek Web site. Now, this newly redesigned Dryden Web site puts that power in our client’s hands.
In order for their technology transfer efforts to be successful, Dryden needed a Web site that would provide not only details about available technologies but also details about how companies and universities can work with them. The Dryden IPP site effectively implements an easy-to-use format that offers information about licensing and partnerships as well as FAQs and success stories. I’m pleased that we’ve been able to leverage our experience to develop a site that showcases the wealth of opportunities offered by the Dryden IPP.
This is the fifth Web site we’ve developed for offices within NASA’s IPP, and through these experiences we’ve learned a lot about how to build a truly effective tech transfer Web site. Our insights are the subject of a white paper, available for download here.
We hope you’ll check out Dryden’s new site and let us know what you think!