The process is undertaken with concurrent identification of technologies and processes from diverse branches of industry and commerce and examinations of collaborative options and new and emerging markets in Israel and abroad.
All consultation is supported by many years of familiarity with technological development trends in the field of chemistry and materials, nanotechnology, green industries, agrotech, and foodtech.
Dr. Dov Reichman is a member in several investment groups and has himself invested in several startups that were subsequently sold to large tech firms.
Consideration is given to an assessment of a company’s value, an assessment of its patents and organiational knowhow, the feasibility of continued technological development and the roadmap to target worldwide markets to realize the investment.
Dr. Reichman possesses vast experience in the commercialization processes of technologies and patent licensing and the development of fruitful business interfaces between the academy and industry, including the management of a company’s intellectual property strategy.
He provides support for in-licensing and out-licensing processes between companies and between inventors and industrial companies, support for processes of patent licensing and sub-licensing and support for agreements and negotiation.
Dr. Reichman mentors entrepreneurs and executives and helps them achieve business success on the basis of a joint articulation of goals.
The mentoring process is based on his many years of experience in working with startups, as CEO, a partner in business initiatives and board member of tech companies.
Dr. Dov Reichman lectures in diverse settings in Israel and abroad, generally on topics related to innovation, entrepreneurship, advanced technology, high-tech, and startups.
He also oversees training sessions and enrichment workshops for members of the business community seeking to gain greater knowledge of advanced technologies.
Among the places he has lectured are: the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Management Program at the School of Business Administration, the Hebrew University; a course in entrepreneurship and business administration at the Facultry of Agriculture; business delegations from abroad; the Foreign Ministry; the Defense Ministry; and the Prime Minister’s Office.
He lectures to high-tech companies at the Center for Global Innovation, innovations centers, incubators, and starup accelerators.
He has also lectured to the Samsung R&D Center, Seoul, South Korea.
Dr. Dov Reichman serves as a board member of several public and private companies.
He is a graduate of courses and training programs for board members and has taken continuing education courses in financial accountancy for executives.