There are several public-private partnerships throughout the State of Missouri that are committed to supporting business ventures aimed at growing the state's Health Science and Services industry. Missouri's universities have a wide base of business-related programs to support the Health Sciences niche, training professionals able to increase efficiency in business processes in health care institutions. Below is more information about the partnering resources located throughout the state.
Missouri Technology Corporation
The Missouri Technology Corporation (MTC) is a public-private partnership, working collaboratively to foster entrepreneurship and the growth of new and emerging high-tech companies. MTC facilitates health technology transfer, providing the infrastructure needed to support health innovation. The organization provides leadership and makes strategic investments that help entrepreneurs create and grow technology-based Missouri businesses. MTC funds several programs across the state including the Missouri IDEA Fund and the Missouri Technology Incentive Program.
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Missouri Venture Forum
Missouri Venture Forum is a non-profit organization formed in 1985 that serves as a catalyst bringing together the people genuinely interested in helping entrepreneurs. The group’s goal is to provide a way for investors, entrepreneurs and business advisors to form mutually beneficial relationships. Through networking, education and information exchange, the group is focused on new business formation and growth.
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