Regional SBIR/STTR Workshops


image3091The Texas SBIR/STTR Network has completed its 2013 workshops.  Join us for the Texas SBIR/STTR Summit & Conference on June 12 in Austin Texas!  Click here for details.

Winning SBIR/STTR Awards

Also featuring the DOE ARPA-e Program!

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♦  April 8             Austin                       Highland Business Center, Room 201, 5930 Middle Fiskville Rd
♦  April 9             San Antonio              Omni Hotel, 9821 Colonnade Blvd, I-10 and Wurzbach
♦  April 10           Houston                    Houston Technology Center, 410 Pierce Street
♦  April 11            DFW/Arlington       UT Arlington Research Institute, 7300 Jack Newell Blvd. S.
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 Are you an entrepreneur, researcher or small business owner in need of research and development funding?

The SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) and STTR (Small Business Technology Transfer) programs provide research funding in the prototyping and commercialization phases of research, up to $1 million for combined Phase I/II.

Learn how your company can access this $3 billion resource across 11 federal agencies with nationally recognized Tibbets Award-winning speaker Ray Friesenhahn of TechLink, responsible for more than 300 SBIR Phase I, II and III awards, totalling more than $165 million.

Attend Winning SBIR/STTR Awards.  This one-day workshop will provide tools, techniques, and tips for accessing federal R&D funding.  No prior SBIR/STTR experience is necessary.

Topics covered include:

· How SBIR/STTR can provide financing for your product development

· Status of current program and eligibility issues

· Proposal requirements and approaches

· Success factors

· How grant funding can lead to follow-on funding, investments, and procurement advantages

Network with industry experts, potential research partners, small business owners who have been successful at winning numerous SBIR  and STTR awards, along with key local resources.  Registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch and comprehensive workbook.

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