The Business of Technology: SBIR / STTR Grants to Commercialize Technology

Published on: August 11, 2015

The Small Business Development Center at Binghamton University with Greenwood Consulting Group, Inc. presents The Business of Technology: SBIR / STTR Grants - Commercializing Technology workshop.

This workshop is free for SBDC clients.  If you are not currently a client, please contact innovation@binghamton.edu and we will assist you through the free sign-up process.

Day 1: Phase 1 Proposal Preparation Workshop

¨ Overview of the SBIR and STTR Programs 

¨ Proposal Strategies 

¨ Case Study of Successful SBIR Company 

¨ Critique of Actual SBIR Proposal 

¨ SBIR/STTR Cost Proposal Concepts 

¨ State's Programs to Assist SBIR Competitors

Day 2: The Business Side of SBIR- Product Development 

¨ Leveraging SBIR Funding 

¨ Deciding which proposals to write from a business perspective 

¨ Commercializing Innovation and Technology 

¨ Business Decisions - management, staffing and costs 

¨ IP Protection Issues 

Presented by the Greenwood Consulting Group Inc., with extensive experience with small and start-up businesses, assisting them in competing for a part of the available $2 billion plus Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. 

For additional information or to register: Call (607) 777-4024 or email SBDC Binghamton at sbdc@binghamton.edu.

Remember, all registration fees are waived for SBDC Clients. Find the closest SBDC to you by going to WWW.NYSSBDC.ORG.  FREE and Confidential advisement services are available at 24 New York State Campuses.

Wednesday and Thursday September 2-3, 2015 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Binghamton University, Innovation Technology Complex

Cost: $395**

** Grant Funding is allowing the SBDC to waive fees for SBDC Clients

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