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.
The Vermont Small Business Development Center (VtSBDC) offers no-cost expert assistance to small business owners and entrepreneurs.
We can provide introductions to experts that participant in the UVM SPARK panel and guidance on setting up a SPARK-type program at your institution.
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 …
This intensive biomedical entrepreneurship course is designed to bridge the gap between biomedical researchers and the mainstream customer by providing a practical understanding of what is required to bring products to the marketplace and the roadmap to get there. Held …
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.
Become a successful business person. We help you (women and men) increase your professional success, personal growth, and financial independence.