How the SBIR & STTR Grant Programs Can Benefit Small Innovative Companies
The Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Technology Transfer Innovation Research (STTR) programs can be beneficial in providing early-stage R&D funding to small innovative companies across industries and technology areas. With the aim of drawing innovative solutions from small companies by funding feasibility analysis through prototype demonstration, the federal government aims to commercialize technology that will not only benefit government agencies but the public as a whole.
This free course, scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Jan. 18, 2022, will provide an overview of the programs, the phases, pitfalls, and best practices for proposals, post-award considerations, and commercialization review.
The course is led by Stephanie Amend, managing partner, Arrowhead Solutions, a govIRG, LLC company.
You should attend this SBIR/STTR course if:
- You’re an entrepreneur with an idea that has commercial prospects.
- You need money to test, develop and commercialize your idea.
- You’ve held off research and development due to a lack of capital.
- Venture Capital markets want too much of your potential success.
- You’re a US-based firm with under 500 employees.
- University faculty, graduate student, and post-doctoral researcher interested in collaboration with a small business on a research project.
The event is hosted by Alabama SBDC and PTAC at Alabama State University.
Preregistration is required. To preregister, visit https://asbdc.ecenterdirect.com/events/9035. The deadline to preregister is 11 a.m. on Jan. 18, 2022.
For more information, contact Andrea Rogers Mosley, director SBDC and PTAC at ASU, at 334-604-5723 or 334-229-4138.