GAINESVILLE, FL – March 3, 2017 – Attorney Thomas C. McThenia, Jr., together with attorney Maxwell L. Minch, and attorney Jennifer Boyer in GrayRobinson’s Gainesville office, has partnered with the University of Florida Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute Business Incubator to offer weekly coaching sessions to resident companies. GrayRobinson’s weekly “Coach’s Corner” will be held on the first and second Thursdays of the month through the month of May.
Business immigration attorney Glenn Cooper, a University of Florida alumni, has recently participated in the GrayRobinson coaching sessions at Sid Martin to answer questions on immigration and visa related matters. Cooper will be participating in future sessions through May. For more information or to participate in the program, please contact Tom McThenia.
The University of Florida Sid Martin Biotechnology Institute is a world-recognized leader in biotechnology business incubation. The program has graduated over 50+ companies who garnered over $1.5B in revenues, grants, and M&A activity, and over 85% of those companies are still in business five years after graduation. Sid Martin is one of the most successful programs in biotech, winning the International Business Innovation Association’s Incubator of the Year in 2013.