SBIR/STTR Eligibility & Selecting the Right Government Agency
Monday, May 12, 2014 from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM (EDT)
Does your small business have a technology that you think has commercial potential?
The government’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs make over $2.4 billion available to innovative small businesses annually.
SBIR/STTR expert, Becky Aistrup, M.B.A., will present an overview of these programs followed by a Q&A. This discussion will give you the information necessary to determine is SBIR/STTR grants are right for your business and if your company and technology is eligible for funding.
Becky is Principal Consultant at BBC Entrepreneurial Training & Consulting, and has more than 20 years of success advising clients on securing federal funding.
New Hampshire Inspires Innovation is a collaboration between the New Hampshire Innovation Research Center, the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center and the University of New Hampshire Innovation, designed to bring SBIR grant information and advice to New Hampshire companies.
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NH Innovation Research Center
The NHIRC was created in 1991 by the New Hampshire Legislature to increase innovation and collaboration between New Hampshire businesses and universities. Awards are matched by funded companies to conduct projects that result in new products and processes, leading to increased business competitiveness and business profitability. To learn more about the NHIRC and how to apply for funding, visit http://www.nhirc.unh.edu.