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DST – Lockheed Martin India Innovation Growth Programme 2014


India Innovation Growth Programme 2014 is a joint venture by Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India and Lockheed Martin Corporation USA in partnership with the bi-national Indo-US Science and Technology Forum (IUSSTF), Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Stanford Graduate School of Business, US and IC2 Institute of University of Texas at Austin, US .

This venture is calling innovators for

Technology Start-ups 
Technology Incubators
Techno – Entrepreneurs
Scientists & Researchers


Program Objectives:
Assist Indian innovators accelerate their technologies into the global marketplace.
Help innovators assess the right scientific and commercial value of their innovation.
To get the right product to the right market with the right partner at the right time.
Programme Benefits:
Learn the right strategies for commercialization of your innovation .
Work with leading global experts from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the IC2 Institute of University of Texas at Austin to provide guidance in steering the innovation processes at global market place.
Business development assistance from FICCI and IC2 managers for linking your innovation to the right industry and funding partners .
Showcase your technology before potential industry partners, customers and investors through technology expositions in India.
Programme Accomplishments:
Approx. 4000 technology applications received and evaluated.
Advanced training in Technology Commercialization Strategies, Venture Formation, Venture Finance, Technology Marketing, Competitive Technical Strategies and Presentation Skills by subject matter experts provided to 270 Innovators.
Over 300 Business Engagement Agreements signed connecting innovators to industry partners, venture funds, angel funds as well as government funding authorities.
Revenues exceeding INR 1,500 Crores (US$275 million) generated by participants and their companies during 2010–2012 (Source: E&Y Impact Analysis Report 2012).

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