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Other Resources

Other resources around the State of Utah can assist teams helping to take technologies to market.

The Federal SBIR and STTR programs are designed to support small businesses in meeting the needs of Federal agencies and, in the case of the STTR program, to transition technologies from university to industry.

GOED Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Information & Resources

The state’s USTAR program has created a center to assist Utah small business is successfully obtaining SBIR and STTR contracts.

USTAR SBIR/STTR Resource Center

If you are interested in licensing a technology from one of Utah’s Colleges or Universites, here are links to the web pages of some of the offices which handle

University Technology Commercialization/Transfer Offices

Brigham Young University

University of Utah

Utah State University

Weber State University


Entrepreneurial Resources to assist startups

Beehive Startups, an organization covering and building Utah’s startup and tech community

Silicon Slopes, a website sponsored by DOMO

The MountainWest Capital Network

The Utah Technology Council (It and LIfe Sciences)

L2 – A Think Tank For Digital Innovation

Wired Magazine

Utah Business, the magazine for decision makers

Connect Blogs – an extensive blogroll by and for Utah’s tech community (Thanks Jordy!)

Grow Utah Ventures

Venture Capital.Org (Formerly Wayne Brown Institute)

State Science Advisor’s Office


TCIP Mentor and Entrepreneur Training Program

GOED has contracted with Boom Startup to provide mentorship and training to recipients of TCIP grants. Boom Startup also provides GOED with monthly, quarterly, and annual reports on the progress of TCIP grant recipients.

Boom Startup Disclosure – 2017

Boom Startup Disclosure – 2016