This webpage lists state resources to assist with SBIR/STTR proposal preparation and/or supplement SBIR/STTR funding from 31 states and the District of Columbia, compiled by Eva Garland Consulting, LLC.
Since 1977, the Maine SBDC has been recognized as a leader in the small business economic and development arenas. The SBDC concept is a simple but effective one: assist entrepreneurs and small businesses through no-cost confidential business advising and training.
Wet/dry lab space to lease.
Learn about the opportunity to explore commercial activities while retaining faculty status.
Opportunity to explore research leading to commercialization
Two-day introduction to starting a commercial enterprise.
Travel awards to the annual HHS annual SBIR/STTR meeting. This meeting is organized by the NIH SBIR program with the primary goal of attracting biomedical small businesses and training them in SBIR/STTR grant applications. The meeting provides training sessions covering …
Applicants can select any Bioscience-based business or other business such as law offices or consultant firms that support the bioscience community to provide the applicants with the desired training.
The I-Trep program offers individual one-to-one consulting with experts to assist you with commercializing your innovation.
This document summarizes all the resources for Entrepreneurs in Maine