Since 1970, the University of Utah has created over 230 spin-off companies from technologies developed at the University, most of which were launched over the past ten years. Over 130 of these are still operating as either a business or as part of another company.
A March 2011 study by the Bureau of Economic and Business Research (BEBR) found that University of Utah startups have either directly or indirectly generated close to 16,000 jobs, many of which are high-paying. The BEBR also found that in 2009 alone, University of Utah spin-offs generated $754.5 million in personal income and $76.6 million in tax revenue. And, since 2011, the University's spin-offs have collectively raised over $300 million in investment funding, secured over $70 million in grants and have been involved in acquisitions totaling more than $5.7 billion.
Use the tools under "Select Category" below to search through profiles of all of the University's active startups. To view more information about a company, click on that startup's box and an abstract containing information about that company will appear. Each abstract contains a contact individual at TVC for you to connect with should you have additional questions about a particular company.
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