The University’s Business Development Directors assist companies looking to work more closely with the University. With senior industry experience, our Business Development Directors understand the expectations of businesses and entrepreneurs, and the University’s partnering and commercialisation processes.
If you have a general question about working with us, or about which Business Development Director can best work with you, please contact
The Business Development team is the access point for academics looking to partner research and external parties looking to partner with the University. Embedded within each faculty, business development executives engage with strategic partners, manage these relationships and facilitate the commissioning of RIC services by academic divisions.
Faculty of Medicine Dentistry and Health Sciences, Bio21 Molecular Science & Biotechnology Institute, Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences...Meet the team
Melbourne School of Engineering, Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Faculty of Science...Meet the team
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Business and Economics, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, Melbourne Law School, Victorian College of the Arts and Melbourne Conservatorium of Music...Meet the team
Research Innovation and Commercialisation business development operations and support team...Meet the team
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