UniSA’s commercialisation arm ITEK has relaunched its website to make it easier for university researchers to successfully start transforming their research into a profitable business.

ITEK is responsible for developing commercial opportunities from research undertaken by the University of South Australia. After a three-month redesign process, the relaunched website delivers fresh insights on how to turn leading-edge research into a business that generates commercial returns for researchers, investors and the university.

ITEK’s marketing coordinator and web designer worked closely together to produce a stylish design with an easy-to-view and use layout that provides access to a comprehensive information resource.

The renovated website contains a detailed section that answers common questions about commercialising research, including the protection of Intellectual Property, the commercialisation process itself and options for funding.

As well as providing an overview of ITEK services and introducing its management team, led by newly appointed CEO Graham Smith, the website profiles the company’s technology portfolio of investment opportunities and success stories from its commercialisation activities.

The website also contains an index of ITEK’s latest news announcements and a calendar of forthcoming events, workshops and seminars. Check out the new site at www.itek.com.au.

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