VtSBDC welcomes advisor Scott Holson as he resumes innovation and tech role
RANDOLPH CENTER, Vt. (June 1, 2021) – Linda Rossi, State Director of the Vermont Small Business Development Center (VtSBDC), has announced that business advisor Scott Holson has returned to his role as innovation and tech commercialization specialist after a five-year tenure at Simbex, a medical device and development firm.
At VtSBDC, Holson provides no-fee advising services to Vermont innovators and inventors who want to turn their ideas into products, and are embracing their entrepreneurial spirit. Holson’s scope of assistance encompasses: SBIR/STTR guidance to compete for non-dilutive funding; commercialization pathway step-by-step planning to develop ideas; answers to questions in and around product development, intellectual property, funding methods and strategies, business models and quality systems.
A graduate of Western New England University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management, Holson’s diverse professional experience includes consumer products, food products, textiles and medical devices in manufacturing, sales, management, and consulting.
“With so many Vermont innovators on the threshold of bringing their ideas to fruition and to market, we are delighted to welcome Scott back to VtSBDC,” said Rossi. “With his vast in-depth experience, he will help innovators get to the next step, get unstuck, or obtain access to resources necessary to achieve personal and professional objectives. This specialized advising is critical to the state’s post-COVID economic development strategy.”
To learn more, visit www.vtsbdc.org or contact Scott Holson at email@example.com.
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