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Fuentek Designs Industry-Centric Website For Georgia Tech's Technology Commercialization Services

New Website Promotes Research Collaboration And Technology Transfer Opportunities With The University

(July 18, 2011)

APEX, N.C. – Fuentek, LLC, a local technology consulting firm that provides intellectual property and technology management services, has announced that the company has designed a new website (link opens new browser window) for Georgia Tech’s technology commercialization services, which is supported by the Office of Technology Licensing, Enterprise Innovation Institute, and Industry Contracting Office at the university.  The new industry-focused site includes guidance on processes for Georgia Tech stakeholders and the business community as well as commercialization opportunities available for Georgia Tech intellectual property innovations.  In addition, the website offers opportunities to collaborate with the university on research, support for innovators and entrepreneurs, and showcases Georgia Tech’s economic and innovation impacts.

“Georgia Tech wanted to create a place that fostered community collaboration with businesses, community leaders and stakeholders,” said Karen Hiser, senior technology transfer consultant at Fuentek, LLC. “Our goal was to make it easy to find information about Georgia Tech’s commercialization processes while also encouraging research support and collaboration.”

“Working with a firm that had knowledge and understanding of university technology commercialization was instrumental in our ability to capture these complex processes in a user friendly way,” said Kevin Wozniak, director of the Office of Technology Licensing, Georgia Tech Research Corporation. “The website is the cornerstone of our efforts to make it easier to do business with Georgia Tech.”


  • The new website is available at: (link opens new browser window)
  • Fuentek has developed websites for technology transfer and commercialization offices at universities in Illinois and Michigan as well as at five NASA field centers.

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