Opportunity in NASA's SBIR - STTR Program
"Opportunities in NASA's SBIR-STTR Program"
If you have a creative technical idea that may help NASA but need the funding and resources to turn your concept into a business, this seminar can help.
This seminar will cover:
*Overview of SBIR/STTR
*Differences between SBIR/STTR at NASA vs other agencies
*Basic steps in preparing a NASA Phase I proposal
*Description of NASA IGNITE program
We look forward to your joining us!
"Opportunities in NASA's SBIR - STTR Program" This NASA-focused workshop provides detailed instruction on preparing a grant proposal to meet the requirements of NASA, including both technical and commercialization plans, and navigating the submission process.
Speaker(s): Greenwood Consulting Group, Inc. (GCGI) was established in 1996 by owners Gail & Jim Greenwood. Jim began is first consulting venture while a graduate student at Harvard University. GCGI has extensive experience in working with small and start-up businesses, which include assistance to small companies to prepare/compete for part of the $2 billion plus Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs. Their background also includes managing a SBDC where they have counseled hundreds of prospective entrepreneurs and small business owners. The Greenwoods have also worked with Federal Laboratories in their technology transfer programs as they related to spin outs around targeted technologies. Jim Greenwood has been a long-time friend and resource partner of the LA Technology Transfer Office (LTTO) for over two decades. As a trainer, he has presented at dozens of LTTO workshops, and special events. As a proposal reviewer (pre-submission) Jim has worked with dozens
Co-Sponsor(s): NASA Louisiana Technology Transfer Office Innovate Mississippi MS-FAST LSU Innovation Louisiana Small Business Development Center SBIR-C
Fee: No Cost