America’s Seed Fund for Research and Development

 

Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Research grants are the nation’s largest source of early stage / high risk funding.  These programs from eleven federal agencies make over $3.7 billion in high-risk, non-dilutive capital available to innovative small companies annually.  That’s about 5,000 awards per year, and you retain the rights to intellectual property (in most cases).

20-40% Phase I proposals are successful. Learn how you can improve your chances of success.  HUBZone owned, women-owned, and socially & economically disadvantaged applicants get special preference points when proposals are being evaluated.

Our SBIR/STTR Seminars can help local companies gain insight and advice to help increase their chance of finding funding opportunities and submitting successful proposals for Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Research grants for federal research and development funds.

SBIR/STTR Grant Seminars at Innovation Park of Tallahassee

Michael Tentnowski, Innovation Park’s Director of Entrepreneurship is providing several workshops throughout the year on SBIR/STTR funding. These workshops will include introductory informational sessions, as well as more advanced workshops, like grant writing tips, debunking myths and misconceptions and more.

Upcoming Training

 

Creating a SBIR/STTR Federal Grant Budget

In partnership with FAMU REACH, this seminar will teach you the secrets of how to build a budget for federal grant proposals. Take advantage of the “profit” the government allows you to build into the budget…if you know to ask for it.

Wednesday, September 16, 9-11AM via Zoom

No Cost – Online Course

 

To register, email Michael Tentnowski at mtentnowski@inn-park.com

For more information, click here.