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1 and welcome you to our webcast: “Technology Transfer in the 21st Century: Finding the Next Facebook” THE MERRILL CORP. LOGO SHOULD GO HERE

2 Introduction Moderator: Mary Kathleen Flynn Senior Editor/Video Producer The Deal LLC

3  The audience is in listen-only mode  questions via the Q&A panel box  Select questions will be answered during the last 10 minutes of the program  Webex customer support at REMINDER

4 Jeff Jensen Chief Executive Officer Fluxion Biosciences Inc. John Steuart Managing Director Claremont Creek Ventures LP EXPERT PANEL

5 Maria Gotsch President and CEO New York City Investment Fund David Brophy Director of the Office for the Study of PE Finance/Associate Professor of Finance University of Michigan School of Business Administration EXPERT PANEL

6 The evolving incubator scene: Regional differences across America

7 Seeds from the Big Apple: What sets it apart?

8 VC firms invested $215 million in 27 Michigan companies during 2010 Source: Michigan Venture Capital Association

9 Setting the bar for startups and tech transfers &

10 Universities’ role in nurturing new technologies and startups

11 Best practices for developing and nurturing technologies and startups

12 VCs invested $5.9 billion in 736 deals in the first- quarter 2011, a 14% jump in dollars and a 6% decrease in deals, compared to $5.2 billion going into 787 deals in the first-quarter 2010 Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers

13 Biotechnology investing expanded by 5% in dollars in the first-quarter 2011 but dropped 21% in deals year over year with $784 million going into 85 deals Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers

14 LIFE SCIENCES VENTURE CAPITAL FUNDING (includes Biotech) FIRST-QUARTER 2011 San Francisco Bay$381 million New York Metro$190 million Boston$182 million San Diego Metro$82 million North Carolina Research Triangle $68 million Source: PricewaterhouseCoopers

15 Obstacles and pitfalls for finding the right VC

16 Success stories: Notable portfolio companies

17 Examples of extraordinary returns from recent exits. Exit values are of national standards. Returns from Michigan’s venture-backed companies CompanyIndustryTotal VC Investment Return Multiple IRRIPOExit Value Accuri Cytometers Ann Arbor UM spinout Biopharma $28M 8x117%$225M 2011—Becton, Dickinson & Co. Arbor Networks Ann Arbor UM spinout IT—Software$33MUndisclosed amounts 2010—Tektronix Communications HandyLab Ann Arbor UM spinout Medical Device $47M5x46%$275M 2009—Becton, Dickinson & Co. Pump Engineering Monroe Alternative Energy $2.4M11x99%$27M 2009—Energy Recovery Inc. HealthMedia Ann Arbor UM spinout Healthcare Services $17M10x42%$180M 2008—Johnson & Johnson Sircon Okemos IT—Software$16M5x16%$50+M 2008—Vertafore Source: Michigan Venture Capital Association

18 Examples of extraordinary returns from recent exits. Exit values are of national standards. Returns from Michigan’s venture-backed companies CompanyIndustryTotal VC Investment Return Multiple IRRIPOExit Value IntraLase UM spinout Medical Device $73M50%2004$813M 2007—Advanced Medical Optics Arbortext Ann Arbor IT—Software$55M10x28%$190M PTC Esperion Therapeutics Ann Arbor Biotech Pharma $42M13x104%2000$1.3B 2004—Pfizer Inc. Blue Gill Technologies Ann Arbor IT—Software$27M477%$222M 1999—CheckFree Holdings Corp. Continued… Source: Michigan Venture Capital Association

19 Economic recoveries impact on tech transfers

20 Outlook

21 Q&A

22 THE DEAL WEBCAST SERIES Upcoming Events Brought to you by The Deal LLC and Merrill DataSite, this complimentary event on May 24 2 p.m. EDT focuses on the latest M&A trends of strategic acquirers. Reserve your seat: datasite/strategic-ma-deals---regions-sectors-and- structures.php

23 thank you for joining our webcast. and THE MERRILL CORP. LOGO SHOULD GO HERE


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