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SBIR-STTR Proposal Preparation Workshop, May 10-11
Take advantage of savings with online registration before April 30; walk-in registration may be available at the door but will be at a higher rate. The "Kentucky Phase I Proposal Preparation Workshop in Lexington, NIH Focus" features speaker Lisa Kurek of Biotechnology Business Consultants, LLC. Please visit http://ksef.kstc.com for online registration, event synopsis, schedule and speaker bio.
The Federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program has more than $2.5 Billion for grants to small firms for high-risk R&D and product development. Learn how to prepare a high-quality, competitive proposal for these federal agencies.
- What information is important and where should it be included in the SBIR or STTR proposal?
- How do you meet the agency-specific requirement(s) to avoid rejection without review and improve content quality?
- What are the key differences between preparing a SBIR or a STTR Phase I proposal?
- How can you increase the odds of winning a SBIR or STTR grant in a highly competitive federal program?
- Ask questions in person to the workshop speaker in a small event setting.
- Find assistance in preparing your proposal via proposal development grants available to qualifying Kentucky businesses.
- Talk with the Program Manager for the Kentucky SBIR-STTR Matching Funds (1:1) Grant Program for Kentucky businesses.
Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation
Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation
Commerce Lexington, Inc.
Kentucky Manufacturing Assistance Center (KMAC)
University of Kentucky
University of Louisville