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Dresden Transfer Letter
The "Dresden Transfer Letter" is a booklet intended to support the transfer of innovative ideas. Since 1993 scientific institutions and business companies have presented their research results, technologies, products and service offers in this booklet, which has thereby become an element of business support.

The "Dresden Transfer Letter" is published by Technische Universität (TU) Dresden, TechnologieZentrum Dresden, GWT (Gesellschaft für Wissens- und Technologietransfer mbH) and IHK Dresden.
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Technologiezentrum Sachsen TZ- S
The TechnologieZentrum Sachsen is a common information platform for all Saxon technology and start-up centres as well as technology agencies. It has a database of more than 3,500 technology-oriented Saxon companies.
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State Capital Dresden
The Saxon capital has quickly developed into a location with best conditions for the settlement of technology companies.
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Technischen Universität Dresden
TU Dresden is a multi-discipline university with a broad scientific spectrum. Research is intense and in this respect Dresden University can be regarded as one of the most important universities in Germany. The basis for this success lies in the exchange and co-operation between the sciences themselves, as well as that with the industry and society.
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Bundesverband Deutscher Innovations-, Technologie- und Gründerzentren e.V.
is the German association of innovation, technology and start-up centres, as well as science and technology parks. It was founded as "Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Technologie- und Gründerzentren" (ADT) in 1988 following an initiative of numerous innovation and start-up centres.

It is the aim of the association to support technology transfer, innovation and business start-ups plus business developments. The importance and performance of the technology and start-up centres is to be emphasized and developed, and adequately presented to the public.
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Silicon Saxony e.V.
Silicon Saxony e.V. is the largest (industrial) association in Europe's microelectronics industry. The network connects manufacturers, suppliers, service providers, universities, research institutes and public institutions in Saxony. The current number of members has risen to 264. The member companies employ about 35,000 people and the total turnover of the companies is 4 billion € per year.
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Biosaxony
This network is an initiative of the Free State of Saxony, the liaison centre of biotechnology in Saxony.
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SIB - Innovations- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH
Die SIB Innovations- und Beteiligungsgesellschaft mbH was jointly founded by the Ostsächsischen Sparkasse Dresden and Technologie Zentrum Dresden in October 1999 with the purpose of financing growth-oriented small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups with technology-oriented business ideas with venture capital.
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High-Tech Gründerfonds
The High-Tech Gründerfonds invests venture capital in young promising technology- oriented companies. It provides technology-oriented start-ups with the urgently needed seed capital and sees to the necessary care and support of the management.
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„Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen“
The early stage Venture Capital Fund „Technologiegründerfonds Sachsen“ (TGFS) targets technology startups with high growth potential and the opportunity to become a market leader in their industry. The fund is managed by an experienced team as highly engaged and committed as the entrepreneurs they support. Fund investors are the state of Saxony, financially supported by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), three major local Saving Banks, and LBBW.
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