Innovation center chief to step down in Portsmouth
Galvin said he will continue to support entrepreneurship by taking a more active role with Regaalo.com, a company that was formed by UNH graduates with initial guidance provided by the NH-ICC startup staff.
"As a startup guy, I'm very happy to have been able to bring UNH and the private sector together to get the Innovation Commercialization Center started," Galvin said in a statement.
With more than a dozen companies at the center now, it needs an executive director "that is better suited to the needs of a growing not-for-profit service business," he said.
Galvin, along with a committee of the NH-ICC board of directors, will be interviewing candidates for the top spot at the NH-ICC this month.
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