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Lower Risk. Market Ready.
Faster Deals.

Discover the SiMPL™ Method and build Collaboratories to achieve “Convergence” on ideas and “accelerate” speed to market

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CODE OF HONOR

Don’t seek out a project before becoming a brilliant team (or the project will resist you or at least it will slow you way down).

NOBLE PURPOSE

Don’t let fear, especially of how it will happen or when, stand in your way, instead focus on why it's important (and do the job that only you can do).

UNITY OF EFFORT

Don’t work in isolation and expect to build the best solution (and not be blind-sided by someone else eventually).

SHARED REWARDS

Don’t worry about IP, revenue, or looking good, instead, worry about solving the unmet need uniquely, better, and faster (and the rest will take care of itself).

How we work 

together

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USA & World 

Who we help

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What we make

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Unity of Effort

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How we work 

together

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Private Sector

What we make

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USA & World 

Who we help

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Unity of Effort

America’s Future Series fosters conversation around national security in order to bring together leading voices and innovative thinkers to solve critical problems for our nation.  This national security solutions events brought together decision-makers, investors, and technologists.

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2020 VENTURE CHALLENGE AWARDEE.

EDA’s Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (OIE)  Build to Scale (B2S) Program builds regional economies through scalable startups.  Baylor University |  Blueprints Lab | Waco Ventures Lab-to-Market Collaborative was awarded a $1.5M by the U.S. Department of Economic Development.