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Looking Forward:
July 31, 2018-August 01, 2018 NIH SBIR/STTR Proposal Prep & Commercialization Plannning Workshop, Herndon, VA (All Day Event)
Event details:
July 31, 2018-August 01, 2018
All Day Event
This 1.5 day workshop presents an in depth guide to writing a compelling NIH SBIR/STTR proposal. The NIH has over $1B available each year via SBIR/STTR, funding early stage, high risk research on projects that have a high potential to make a big impact. Learn how to plan, engage with the NIH, and begin to write a compelling and compliant proposal. This event is especially useful for those targeting the September 5, 2018 NIH SBIR/STTR deadlines. Presented by Becky Aistrop of BBC ETC.
 
Past Events:
June 27, 2018 SBIR/STTR Proposal Workshop (All Day Event)
Event details:
June 27, 2018
All Day Event
SBIR grants (Small Business Innovation Research) and it's sister STTR grant program (Small Business Technology Transfer) provide $150K - $1.5M in early stage R&D funding for high risk, new technology development. 11 participating federal agencies use this program to fund early stage technology development that will help them meet their missions. SBIR/STTR represents 25% of all seed funding available in the US, with over $2.5B available in 2018.
 
June 28, 2018 Project Planning, Cost Estimating & Mangement for Early Stage Contractors (09:00 AM - 01:00 PM)
Event details:
June 28, 2018
09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
This event imparts both practical processes and real-world tools needed for any Project Manager to create a “locally-controllable PM culture” to take control of their project’s destiny.