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ASU offers a wide range of programs and resources to assist companies, communities and regional economic development efforts.

Connecting with companies

We offer a vast array of resources to help companies with everything from sponsoring research and recruiting talent to finding experts and licensing ASU technology. We have expertise that can help you answer questions and solve your most pressing problems. 

Connect with faculty

Search for researchers with expertise in your area of interest through our online profiling system, Experts@ASU.

Looking for highly qualified employees or interns? ASU was ranked #5 in the nation for corporate recruiting in a Wall Street Journal employer survey.

License ASU technology

Arizona Technology Enterprises identifies technologies developed by ASU researchers that can fill market needs. You can partner with us to bring those innovations to the marketplace. Begin your search by using the AzTE Technology Publisher, which connects you with a large array of technologies across multiple categories that can be licensed.

Become a university vendor

Do you offer a product or service that could benefit ASU faculty, staff or students? Learn how to become a university-approved vendor.

Solutions for cities

The University City Exchange unites the deep capacity of the university with critical urban issues at all scales. Projects range from urban plans reflecting multi-stakeholder objectives, to constructed projects in campus or urban settings, to expansive thought-leadership efforts related to long-term sustainability.

Support for startups

ASU Entrepreneurship + Innovation connects entrepreneurs at all stages to the information, resources and people that can help them turn ideas into reality.

Local/regional data and analysis

The Seidman Research Institute is the applied research and consultancy arm of ASU’s W. P. Carey School of Business. The institute offers business and economics consulting services to public and private sector clients, including economic impact assessments and modeling, fiscal forecasts and analyses, economic data analysis and trends, benefit-cost analyses and program evaluations, market research, strategic planning, and other forms of qualitative and quantitative research.