What We Do.
InQwired brings the right talent into your organization to ask pressing questions and derive answers to your strategic problems. We want to help business — from tech-startup to non-profits — build the right foundation to build their organizations.
From ideation to commercialization, our process encompasses an integrated approach to product development from technology, commercialization, marketing and sales. We see this iterative process as key to the success of our clients.
Organizations We Work With
The types of work we do and the process we employ can be applied to a wide-variety of organizations. From start-ups getting their ideas off the ground to established business searching for their next customer. And non-profits looking to fund their cause or drive membership.
Greg Tudryn, Ph.D.
A pioneer in the field of mycological biomaterials, he has brought products from technology development to commercialization with several organizations.
Dr. Tudryn has been actively involved in the SBIR community over the last 5 years with experience in grant writing, execution and commercialization over the past decade. He has lead and supported grant proposal development and management in SBIR Phase Iand Phase II USDA awards, NSF Phase II awards, and Academic sponsored NSF awards. The opportunity to experience a series of federal, industrial, and academic research roles has provided Dr. Tudryn the insight to understand and design products, processes, and work plans that align well with emerging, developing, and disruptive technologies such as are supported by the SBIR/STTR initiative. He has been an invited keynote speaker at MIT for the SBIR Roadtour on topics of commercialization as well as IP strategy. His background in industry, energy, materials science, polymer physics, and composites as a team lead offers a unique understanding of the state-of-the-art materials.
Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University
B.S., Chemical and Biological Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Curious and obsessed with methodologies in sales and marketing, Donald is acutely aware of the balance between high-tech and high-touch and looking at how we can be more effective and efficient. He brings this process- and data-driven approach when collaborating with organizations to help realize their aspirations.
B.S., Industrial and Management Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute