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.
Advancing A Vibrant NH Tech Ecosystem The Alliance is committed to nurturing a vibrant tech ecosystem by building partnerships, enhancing knowledge and shaping public policy.
Online courses for new and current business owners. Free, business-building e-Courses (60-90 minutes) and mini e-courses (about 15 minutes) are developed by NH SBDC for entrepreneurs who are looking for educational opportunities to learn about starting and building their businesses.
ARMI was launched with a $90M grant from DOD and has since assembled a large membership of small, medium, and large companies and non-profits involved in regenerative medicine.
The Magnuson Center (formerly DEN; the Dartmouth Entrepreneurial Network) is an endowed Center central to all things entrepreneurial and Dartmouth.
Office hours for Geisel/Dartmouth entrepreneurs and inventors, or those aiming to be so!
UNH Lab Equipment Available For Use
NH-only program which funds industry challenges at universities.
Holloway Innovation-to-Market Competition
A Datron CNC mill to make prototypes; will carve any material softer than steel.
Monthly and ad hoc blog posts on medical device and healthcare technology regulation and reimbursement/payment news.
TREAT offers Pilot Project grants support the development and commercialization of novel rehabilitation and assistive technology ideas. Innovators from all professional backgrounds are encouraged to submit proposals for competitive review. Proposals typically focus on devices that address a clear rehabilitation …
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.
These 20 modules provide detailed readings, presentations, and worksheets for the milestones in TREAT’s Commercialization Methodology. This serves as a product development pathway, helping to create a road map and mitigate risk in bringing innovation from ideation to market.
Become a successful business person. We help you (women and men) increase your professional success, personal growth, and financial independence.
The ECenter understands the importance of funding. Some ventures need an angel investor for a first round of outside capital or, depending upon the idea stage, you might be looking to a venture capital firm to raise a Series A …