OMAHA – Small businesses looking to receive federal grants to commercialize their innovative research are encouraged to attend an upcoming workshop hosted by the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC).
On Thursday, Aug. 28, the NBDC, which is part of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) College of Business, will host a workshop titled “Grants for Innovation and Entrepreneurship,” which is based on research grant programs offered across 11 different federal agencies.
Participants at the workshop will learn the details behind Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grants. Sessions will be hosted by several key SBIR and STTR experts including:
Program manager for Department of Homeland Security SBIR and STTR grants.
Program manager for U.S. Air Force SBIR and STTR grants.
Reviewer and consultant for SBIR and STTR grants.
Topics at the workshop will include how to make your proposals competitive, how to present a work plan and budget for a Phase I proposal, and overviews of the Department of Homeland Security and Department of Defense (U.S. Air Force) SBIR and STTR programs.
The workshop will run from 7:30 a.m. through 5:30 p.m. and be held at NCEE Labs, 4740 Discovery Dr., in Lincoln.
The cost for the workshop is just $19.95 for Nebraska attendees who register before the early bird deadline of Saturday, Aug. 23. After the early bird deadline, the cost jumps to $49.95. For out-of-state participants, the early bird cost is $59.95, which jumps to $89.95 after Aug. 23.
To register, please visit this link.
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