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ICYMI: See the photo blog from clean acres 2017
Clean Acres 2017 combined informative conference content with a great First Pitch event focused on CRE tech and blue tech companies.
FEATURED PODCAST: THE GRATEFUL FOUNDER
Oren Falkowitz goes Inside the Founder's Studio with CTC to discuss his company Area 1 Security. Area 1 aims to help every enterprise address one of the most common forms of vulnerability in the cyber world, phishing attacks. He also gives a fresh perspective on how an entrepreneur needs a support network, and looks back with grace on his own experience with mentors.
California Tool Works: Life Sciences update
BioCalifornia and the California Business Incubation Alliance are pleased to announce a follow-up report to last year's California Tool Works incubator and accelerator study.
Learn more about CTW: Life, exclusively available through the BioCalifornia LinkedIn Group HERE.
FEATURED MEMBER BENEFIT: BUSINESS INSURANCE
CTC has partnered exclusively with AJ Gallagher to provide members with a discounted offering on a number of business insurance products critical to every emerging growth company. LEARN MORE HERE
CALIFORNIA TOOL WORKS
The California Business Incubation Alliance (CBIA) recently released the landmark study, California Tool Works: Incubation and Acceleration in the Cauldron of Innovation.
Learn more and get a copy of the report HERE.
CTC research, partner publications, and research on trends important to the innovation climate in California.
CTC Fellow Glyn Davis, Vice Chancellor at the University of Melbourne, talks about the important work of translating and commercializing more from California's great labs and universities.
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