EVENT: The Federal SBIR Program: What is it, When do I pursue it and How?

The Federal SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Program is a $2.4 billion federal R&D grant program established to help small businesses engage in R&D that have potential for commercialization. At this free seminar you we will provide an overview of the SBIR program, including information on the program’s purpose, eligibility and sources of funding. The seminar is designed to provide enough information for attendees to determine if they would like to seriously pursue proposal development, and to begin efforts to secure SBIR funding.

Join us to learn from experts:

  •  Program Overview
  • Program History and Award Statistics
  • Program Eligibility Requirements
  • Basic Tips and Hints
  • Resources Available to Assist

What You’ll Come Away With:

  • An introductory understanding of the nature and extent of the SBIR program
  • An understanding of the overall process involved in seeking SBIR grants
  • Federal agency sources of funding
  • Tools to help you prepare a strategic planning prior to proposal preparation

Our Presenters:

  • Peter D. Marton, Senior Business Advisor / Technology Specialist, MA Small Business Development Center Network (MSBDC)
  • Dan Lilly, Government Sales Advisor, MA Small Business Development Center Network (MSBDC)

When and Where?

  • Tuesday, January 8, 2013, 11:00am-12:30pm
  • Location: MassVentures, 40 Broad Street, Suite 230, Boston, MA

Register Now!