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2 WE RE IN GOOD COMPANY Creating a successful Community of Innovation is finding the network to support it. The world s leading research, science & tech parks, innovation districts and community colleges comprise the AURP network. * AURP Sustaining Members as of March 2022.
3 REACH DECISION MAKERS GROW YOUR BUSINESS The Association of University Research Parks (AURP) is an international professional association of university-related research parks and innovation districts. AURP exists to foster innovation, commercialization and economic growth through university, industry and government partnerships. WHAT IS AURP? The original Community of Innovation since 1986, the AURP has been the convening force for university and other anchor institution-based research/science/ tech park leadership. Uniting academia, research, and economic development executives, AURP is the unique forum for knowledge exchange in all matters of publicprivate partnerships advancing innovation and global prosperity. For 35 years, the AURP reach has expanded to include innovation districts, incubators/accelerators, medical research centers/ campuses, federal labs, and community colleges bringing together inspired professionals with key industry leaders to share knowledge and best practices, as well as see the latest advanced technologies needed to cost-effectively develop and manufacture quality products. WHOM DOES AURP SERVE? More than 1,000 Communities of Innovation are in varying stages of development worldwide, and a variety of university, governmental, not-for-profit and private organizations interested in the development and operation of research-related technology projects and programs comprise the major portion of AURP s membership. Graphic prepared by Perkins and Will and TEConomy Partners from the Communities of Innovation: A State of the Practice 2018 study. Research parks and innovation districts are physical environments that generate, attract and retain science and technology companies and talent in alignment with sponsoring research institutions such as universities as well as public, private and federal research laboratories. Research parks and innovation districts are key economic drivers in many states across the country. Top corporations partner with research parks and innovation districts to create corporate innovation centers. Innovation activities result in measurable economic development successes through the incubation of emerging technology companies in research parks.* These parks are integrated into regional innovation efforts and signature developments for creating dynamic live-work-play environments that attract high-skilled, technology professionals to a region.* The focus on innovation is enabling research parks and innovation districts to demonstrate continued strong growth.
4 GROW YOUR NETWORK BY UNITING WITH OUR GLOBAL INNOVATION VILLAGE AURP unites innovation partners to ignite economies and transform lives. ANNUAL SPONSOR The AURP Annual Program offers select corporate organizations and institutions the opportunity to participate in advancing the work of bringing scientific and technological progress into being and to the marketplace. By participating as an AURP Annual for a calendar year, you demonstrate to a vital audience your commitment to purposeful research and development that will lead world economies into the future. Our Annual s are recognized through the year as major contributors to the success of the Association with prominent presence at all AURP events and communications. A premium benefit of Annual s includes the added recognition and benefits of the Sustaining membership level. SPONSORSHIP Levels Diamond Platinum Gold Silver Annual $50,000/year $25,000/year $15,000/year $10,000/year Note: All payments accepted in U.S. dollars only. Create brand exposure that is targeted to your core market INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE An event-based sponsor opportunity ship of AURP s International Conference offer investors, and those ultimately supporting research communities and innovation districts, the opportunity to be recognized as a major contributor to the success of the International Conference 2022 (IC2022). ship offers investors and those ultimately supporting research communities, the chance to spotlight to their unique goods and services to decision-makers. Additionally, sponsors will: Support the Greater Toronto conference hosts to underwrite superior networking events Meet and network with colleagues representing major Communities of Innovation Gain access to the leaders and decision-makers at international innovation districts, and community improvement districts Hear speakers at the leading-edge of development and scientific exploration SPONSORSHIP Levels Trailblazer Inventors Conveners Catalysts Pioneers Explorers General Underwriter International Conference $15,000/year $10,000/year $7,500/year $5,000/year $2,500/year $1,500/year
5 AURP MEMBERSHIP Our goal: to connect amazing people, share outrageous ideas to order to transform communities. Strengthen your Community of Innovation by joining ours. We empower partnerships within these communities to transform society for the better. AURP supports executive leaders achieving previously unimaginable levels of performance. We do this by nurturing the relationships of really smart, creative, and interesting people our members. In short, we ARE the COMMUNITY OF INNOVATION. Why AURP? Sharpen your skills with access to premier events, professional development and resources. AURP encourages an open membership strategy of research institutions, innovation districts, regional hubs and consultants all representatives of our greater community. We categorize our members into two distinct areas: INSTITUTIONAL members include university research, science, and technology parks, innovation districts, academic medical centers, community colleges, and more. Both operating as well as planned developments. CORPORATE members are a crucial sector within these relationships and include any organization or individual with a declared interest in planning, constructions, management, research, or implementation of these Communities of Innovation, or those who show a personal or professional interest in the promotion and development of these goals. PREMIER LEVEL SUSTAINING MEMBER PRICE: $2,200 USD This membership category is open to the leaders that wish to be recognized as pioneers in the field and want a seat at the table. In addition to all Regular Member benefits, this advance member level includes: Institution/Organization name featured on AURP website Logo showcased at all AURP conferences in programs and signage Invitation to the AURP Board of Directors Dinner Priority consideration to serve as speaker or moderator at AURP conferences Priority consideration for features in the Park Post and website Opportunity to host or speak at member roundtable Peer to Peer sessions INTRODUCTORY LEVEL REGULAR MEMBER PRICE: $1,050 USD Network Access to a global network of the brightest minds in the research park field and forge the long-term relationships that define AURP s membership through connections: Member E-List, Circles (create your own member discussion groups) and Digital Library Personalized Assistance Reach practitioners with your questions and share best practices 24/7. Communications Important updates in innovation with new developments, new funding opportunities, RFPs/RFQs, job postings, CEO Blog, Bi-weekly Park Post e-news. Premier Professional Development & education opportunities including Spring Training, BIO Health Caucus, Annual International Conference, Innovation U (university) Virtual Seminar Series, Insights to Research Parks series and more Peer to Peer CEO s Roundtable Communicators Check-in Awards Recognition for Your Institution/ Innovation District, Community Leader or Company with the Annual Awards of Excellence presented each year at the AURP International Conference. Note: All payments accepted in U.S. dollars only.
6 Head north for AURP s 2022 International Conference in Toronto, Canada. Our trio of community leaders, representing their own unique innovation dialects, will host this year s engaging knowledge-sharing program. #AURPIC2022 will feature a diverse range of learning content such as collaborative sessions, intensive discussions, learning tours and more, covering topics that will build competencies for our global Community of Innovation. THE DISCOVERY CENTER Monday, September 19 1:30 pm 5:00 pm... SET-UP Tuesday, September 20 8:30 am 3:00 pm...open HOURS Wednesday, September 21 8:30 am 3:45 pm...open HOURS (followed by tear down) SEE WHAT S HAPPENING IN TORONTO HUB Micro Theaters Sign-up for podium time at one of our two HUBS to share your project or case study. These micro-theaters will have an AV Monitor for plug and play showcase segments and another new way to interact and engage with other attendees. Reach out to the AURP team to learn more about the 5-10 minute segments. Limited spots available. THE COMMONS PODCAST Hosted by Thomas Osha Senior Vice President, Innovation and Economic Development The Commons returns to our conference floor with interesting experiences and stories shared by conference attendees. Tom Osha engages with speakers and community leaders at The Commons podcast, shared on all regular distribution channels. SPONSOR DISPLAY TABLES Connect with attendees throughout the conference while sharing your organization s expertise and services. Display tables are situated throughout the Discovery Center which hosts registration and breaks. Tables are limited. Sign up for yours today!
7 AURP INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE STATS WHAT TO EXPECT WHO ATTENDS? 275+ national and international attendees 3% Increase in overall attendance 17% Increase in average attendance year over year 82 ing organizations 38% Architecture, Design, and Construction 15% Master Planning Professionals Service Provider Demographics 15% Consulting Executives 11% Funding and Financial Services 11% Federal/ State/City Govt Leaders Connect with Decision Makers 62% President CEO SVP, EVP Executive Director Partner CIO 8% Legal / Attorney 2% Affiliated Organizations 36% Vice President, Principal, Manager 2% Administrative, Support Team EXCHANGE: Meet and network with colleagues representing major university research parks, innovation district and technology hubs to create lasting business relationships ENGAGE: Speakers at the leading-edge of university research park development and scientific exploration EXPAND: Grow your knowledge through stimulating panel discussions and workshops addressing your most critical issues, plus tours that inspire innovation and forwardthinking Breakdown of Institutional-based Attendees 65% Community of Innovation Top Leadership 20% Community, Culture, Programming Directors/ 12% Managers Facilities and Operations 3% Tech Transfer Reps Who Attended IC2021 in Salt Lake City? 49% Innovation District or Park Executive 8% Federal, State/City Government Leaders 43% Service Provider (construction, master planner, architect, attorney, etc.) EXPERIENCE: Connect with veteran colleagues and partners that have the experience of mature parks and district that have stood the challenges of yesterday and the opportunities for today.
8 2022 SPONSOR BENEFITS Sustaining Membership Park Post & Website Feature Articles Individual Banner Recognition & Logo on Website Webinar, Podcast or Peer2Peer Host Virtual TourPark/ District Video Seats at AURP Board Dinner Comp Event Ad Space in Registrations Program * Park Post Banner Ad Table Top Display at Conference Priority to Serve as Keynote Speaker ** Priority to Serve as Moderator or Speaker at Conference ** Reception Awards of Excellence AudioVisual Continental Breakfast or Break Luncheon Transportation Program, Signage & Website Recognition Note: All payments accepted in U.S. dollars only. ANNUAL SPONSOR DIAMOND $50, Full PLATINUM $25, Full GOLD $15, Half SILVER $10, Quarter INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TRAILBLAZERS $15, Full INVENTORS $10, Full CONVENERS $7, Half CATALYSTS $5, Quarter PIONEERS $2, Quarter EXPLORERS $1,500 (General Underwriter) Quarter *Additional fees apply for Conference pre-/post-sessions. **Annual sponsors and event sponsors are required to submit all presentation proposals by posted deadlines for approval and consideration of the Planning Committees. Although acceptance isn t guaranteeed, first considerations will apply for all sponsoring organizations.
9 2021 Participating Research Institutions & Organizations 16 Tech Aggie Square University of California, Davis Alabama Power Company American Chemical Society Arizona Bioindustry Association Arizona State University Arkansas Research and Technology Park Arrowhead Center, New Mexico State University AstraZeneca Atlanta BeltLine, Inc. Auburn Research Park BioHealth Innovation Bio Nebraska Biotechnology Innovation Organization BioUtah Research and Technology Park Carnegie Mellon University City of Idaho Falls Clemson University Cleantech Commons at Trent University Coldstream Research Campus Colorado State University Research Foundation Cummings Research Park David Johnston Research + Technology Park - University of Waterloo Delaware BioScience Association Dhahran Techno Valley Holding Company EDCUtah Fitzsimons Innovation Community Fort Hays State University Fraunhofer USA, Inc. George Mason University Georgia Institute of Technology HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology Illinois Institute of Technology Incubate Innovation Place International Space Station US National Laboratory Iowa State University Research Park Kansas State University Foundation KAUST Research & Technology Park Knowledge Park Lakehead University Lehigh University M Natural Resource Partners MaRS Discovery District Maryland Department of Commerce Maryland Technology Council McMaster Innovation Park Michigan Bioscience Industry Association Michigan State University Foundation The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering & Medicine National Diabetes & Obesity Research Institute at Tradition Medical City North Carolina State University Nebraska Innovation Campus NIST-MEP NUAIR Oklahoma City Innovation District Oklahoma State University Research Foundation Pinkney Innovation Complex for Science & Technology at Montgomery College Purdue Research Park Prince William County Economic Development Research Park at South Dakota State University Research Triangle Park of NC Rowan University San Diego State University Sandia National Laboratories Southern Research Institute STAR Park, Texas State University Tech Parks Arizona, University of Arizona Texas A&M University Central Texas Texas Tech University The Beach at University of New Orleans United Launch Alliance University City Science Center University Enterprise Laboratories University of Arizona University of California, San Diego University of California, Riverside University of Cincinnati University of Delaware University of Illinois Research Park University of Maryland University of Maryland BioPark University of Maryland UAS Test Site University of Minnesota University of Oklahoma University of San Francisco University of South Alabama University of South Florida Research Park University of Utah University of Utah Research Park University Research Park University of Wisconsin, Madison Utah State University Innovation Campus Utah-MEP UTSA Tri-Centennial Innovation Park Virginia Biotechnology Association Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center WE-Spark Health Institute West Virginia Regional Technology Park Corporation The University of Alabama in Huntsville U.S, Economic Development Administration UCI Beall Applied Innovation UIDP
10 WHAT THEY RE SAYING... AURP provides valuable resources including research studies to assist with benchmarking, professionals from other parks willing to share their experiences and opinions, and continuing education events to keep participants on the leading edge of research park operations and development. One program in particular, Creating Communities of Innovation 101, offered just prior to AURP s annual conference, provides many tips and tools to help executives create lasting impact in their communities. GEORGE WARD Executive Director, Coldstream Research Campus and UK Real Estate Services, University of Kentucky The Association of University Research Parks is an outstanding organization comprised of many global leaders and organizations that create a continuous learning environment for research parks leaders. A peer-to-peer network willing to provide support at any moment. LARRY SHAW CEO, Knowledge Park, Inc. & Ignite Fredericton The breadth of experience and knowledge of the AURP membership and the networking value the organization provides is a must for any University Park whether in concept phase or even having been in operation for many years. HARRY BRISLIN, IV, MBA Director, USA Properties & USA Technology & Research Park, University of Southern Alabama AURP leadership and members have been integral to the development of the UM BioPark project; from sharing best practices, development models, tenant experiences, and more, the rich depth of expertise in AURP is invaluable. JANE SHAAB Senior Vice President, University of Maryland Research Park Corporation Associate Vice President for Economic Development, University of Maryland, Baltimore
11 HOSTED BY MAY 11-12, 2022 IN NEWARK, DE This I2RP at the University of Delaware will showcase this distinctive park, learning from their unique story of ongoing development and programs. We will get a front row look at their P3 model for business attraction and retention, STAR Campus, NIIMBL and Fraunhofer Institutes. Each I2RP is an exclusive learning environment and knowledge exchange you won t want to miss. JUNE 12-13, 2022 IN SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA BIO IS BOOMING AROUND THE GLOBE: Designing, Building and Finding Research Space for Growing Bio Companies and Bio Clusters Before the 2022 BIO International Conference, join AURP in San Diego for an interactive discussion focused on building research space supporting communities of bio innovations. Bio innovation researchers, developers, district managers plus the professionals that support these communities are encouraged to attend. Topics include Wet Lab Incubator and Flex Space; Diversifying Your Talent Pool Though University Real Estate Programs; Will Digital Bio Lessen Demand for Wet Labs?; New Federal Funding Programs; and so much more. Peer to Peer Network Groups AURP s Peer to Peer groups allow industry leaders a safe place to share challenges and lessons learned in a friendly and informal environment. It provides an opportunity for individuals in similar roles or functions to exchange advice and best-practices. The CEOs Roundtable and Communicators Check-In groups are not only for directors, but for facility managers, marketers, business development leaders and community managers, to name a few. This member only program is free to participate on any or all of the network groups. Join 275+ of the foremost global leaders in our community of innovation in Toronto, Canada. Our trio of community leaders, representing their own unique innovation dialects, will host this year s engaging knowledge-sharing program. As always, creatively designed to suite all learning level, we will advance trending and emerging ideas at interactive sessions with C-suite executives, #AURPIC2022 will feature a diverse range of learning content such as collaborative sessions, intensive discussions, learning tours and more, covering topics that will build competencies for our global Community of Innovation. #AURPIC2022 Spring Training 2023 FEB 27-MARCH 3 AT MISSION PALMS IN TEMPE, AZ Enroll in the ultimate masterclass with experts in the industry as we cover the most important topics and tackle burning questions of the day through interactive sessions. Learn from not only our speakers, but your peers as you take part in the ultimate knowledge exchange at AURP s Spring Training. springtraining.aurp.net
12 FOSTERING INNOVATION, COMMERCIALIZATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN A GLOBAL ECONOMY THROUGH UNIVERSITY, INDUSTRY AND GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIPS. Association of University Research Parks: 9070 South Rita Road, Suite 1750, Tucson, AZ (520) AURP HQ2 Washington DC Area: 7761 Diamondback Drive, College Park, MD Follow AURP opportunities: For more information, contact Brian Darmody at or (301)
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