At the AUTM Annual Meeting, you're not just visiting with old friends - although that happens, too! - you're making important business connections and working deals. AUTM makes this easy through our partnering too, AUTM Connect™.
70 percent of attendees return to Annual Meeting primarily for the networking
80 percent of attendees use AUTM Connect to schedule meetings
1 in 4 attendees have attended 7 or more Annual Meetings
Training on Hottest Topics
Programming for the AUTM Annual Meeting is developed by technology transfer professionals who represent a range of institutions - large, small, public and private universities, industry representatives, government agencies and hospitals and research institutions. Your colleagues work hard to ensure that the AUTM Annual Meeting delivers timely, relevant sessions to help you succeed in technology transfer. AUTM will also provide each attendee with conference session recordings.
The deals you make and the training you receive at the AUTM Annual Meeting can help you prepare for increased responsibility or even your next position. Attendance at the AUTM Annual Meeting will also count toward your Registered Technology Transfer Professional (RTTP) and Certified Licensing Professional (CLP) designations, as well as your Continuing Legal Education (CLE).Registration.
Exhibiting at the AUTM Annual Meeting allows you to meet face-to-face with nearly 2,000 technology transfer professionals from around the world. This is the premier event to build your client relationships, discover developments within the profession, unveil new services and share your expertise. No other meeting offers this level of access to hundreds of decision makers responsible for protecting and licensing intellectual property.
More than 90 percent of attendees visit the Exhibit Hall. Most attendees turn to exhibitors as valued industry resources and good sources of information on purchase decisions. Don't miss this opportunity to network with nearly every academic research institution in the world, in one place, at one time.
The Association of University Technology Managers® is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing research to life by supporting and enhancing the global academic technology transfer profession through education, professional development, partnering and advocacy. AUTM’s more than 3,000 members represent managers of intellectual property from more than 350 universities, research institutions and teaching hospitals around the world as well as numerous businesses and government organizations.
Washington State Convention Center