Learn how to get funding to develop or expand your small technology company at a workshop led by Jim Greenwood, a national expert in the SBIR/STTR programs, and former New Mexico resident.
The workshop, co-sponsored by the Los Alamos National Laboratory and Regional Development Corporation, is 8:30 a.m. to noon, Dec. 9 in Conference Room 203 at Los Alamos Research Park, 4200 West Jemez Road.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs put more than $2 billion in the hands of small and startup companies throughout the U.S. that propose to develop new technology-based products and services, or improvements in existing products resulting from innovative uses of technology. Whether you can meet the technology needs of agencies like NASA or Department of Defense, or have interesting ideas in information technology, training, or health care, the SBIR program may be for you.
Take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about SBIR, which federal agencies participate, and how to apply for these grants and contracts. Learn a simple but effective four step process to preparing a competitive Phase I SBIR/STTR proposal.
There is a $10 charge to attend, and space is limited to 50 participants so advanced reservations are required. The registration fee can be paid at the door via cash or check (made payable to Regional Development Corporation).