NEW GAMING SPIN-OUT BY LETHBRIDGE STUDENTS AIMING TO DISRUPT THE INDIE MARKET
Release Date: September 8, 2017
Cubic Timeline Productions Inc (CTP Inc) co-founded by Patrick C. Kelly and Charleston Olaes, and Andrew J. Wilton is a video game software developer based out of Lethbridge, Alberta Canada whose mission is to develop memorable indie games. As of late the company reached a critical milestone with the assistance of the University of Lethbridge’s University-Industry Liaison Office (UILO). The UILO mainly through Dr Greg Vilk, its UILO Manager and Mr Sean Roberts, the Business Development Assistant, facilitated many of their business needs critical for their continued success. Their latest game release, Vulture, takes a new spin on old vertical shooter games like Strikers 1945[TM], Raptor[TM], and Raiden [TM] and allows you to build, customize and upgrade your own ships. The co-founders noted that with assistance from the UILO team “it helped streamline the commercialization process and understand what steps were required to get our company up and running. Whenever we had a question, they were quick to respond to an email or set up a meeting in person in order to help us resolve the issues we were encountering.” We wish them luck on their continued success!
SPRINT! VENTURES COMPETITION "PHY SCI EDITION"
Release Date: January 1, 2018
The University of Lethbridge’s University-Industry Liaison Office (UILO), the Commercialization Broker of the University, has initiated a Venture competition to mobilize research into a new startup led by students and postdocs. Prize money of $8500 to thestudent-led innovation that the Commercialziation expeorts at the UILO can facilitate. The goal is to stimulate the economy and help build value from the ideas within the University. More info? Go to the SPRINT! site for more info or contact Ms Emma Dering at email@example.com. Let's mobilize today!
ENTREINVESTOR TRAINING PROGRAM [TM]
Release Date: February 8, 2018
The University of Lethbridge’s University-Industry Liaison Office (UILO) in collaboration with Clausehound Inc and with the kind support from Alberta Innovates has launched an experiential and fun innovative training program in which the Entrepreneur becomes the investor to understand their ecosystem and gain confidence in acquiring much needed capital from these groups. Conceived & Authored by Dr Greg J.A. Vilk, Ms Emma Dering and Mr Rajah Lehal, JD, MBA, the Entreinvestor Training Program [TM] (ETP) offers brief in-class sessions on IP, valuation, contracts, investor ecosystems and then places the participants into an investor syndicate in which they can field pitches from companies seeking capital while they build an investment portfolio from $10M of virtual cash. Winners of the best portfolio wins prizes such as tickets to Inventures Investor Conference and other valuable gifts to mobilize your entrpreneurial ideas. ETP2018 underway! But new sessions in the works in Lethbridge, Calgary, Edmonton and soon Vancouver! Watch 4 it here! Contact Ms Emma Dering for more information.
THE INVESTOR ECOSYSTEM
Release Date: April 13, 2018
The Entreinvestor Training Program [TM] (ETP2018) is an experiential training initiative to build the confidence of entrepreneurs to seek investor capital. The first cohort finale is scheduled for April 26th, 2018, and we are delighted to have Pieter Dorsman and Kathy Tomaszewski speak at the event about entrepreneurship, corporate law and investment logistics. Mr Pieter Dorsman is a former UBS Banker and presently the Director of E-Fund, President of Redpeaks Management Inc and sits on numerous Boards as an Advisor & Chairman. Kathy Tomaszewski is a seasoned corporate lawyer and presently the Chief Knowledge Officer for Clausehound Inc. She has clerked for the Supreme Court of Canada.
If you want to learn about everything entrepreneurship, please register to this free event.
Location: Turcotte Hall, Room 201 (University of Lethbridge)
Time: 5PM - 7PM
Directions and Parking: Lot N is free after 5PM and Turcotte Hall is nestled between Anderson Hall and the Sports and Recreation Centre. Please refer to the campus map for directions from Lot N to Turcotte Hall.