**Registration for this event will give you access to a coveted opportunity to meet one-on-one with federal and state program managers (the decision-makers). The deadline to schedule your one-on-one meeting is Wednesday, October 28. Please add email@example.com to your contacts to receive confirmation.
SBA Live | Nov 2: The world of SBIR/STTR is complex and sometimes intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be! Join the SBA for a series of live panels & presentations to help you better understand the various participating Federal agencies and their unique programs.
Meet the managers | Nov 6: This is your chance to get to know the decision-makers! Meet one-on-one with the Program Managers who know the ins & outs of their agency’s mission & R&D needs.
NOTE: After completing your registration, please add firstname.lastname@example.org as a safe email address within your inbox. You will be receiving an email from email@example.com within two weeks of registering to select your One-on-One meetings. If for some reason you should not receive this follow-up email, please contact Judy directly.
October 28th at 9AM Central time will be the cutoff date for selecting meetings in advance.
In preparation for the federal agency interface, LTTO and SBIRC are hosting a short webinar on October 28 at 10am called “Pitch Prep” to prepare Louisiana businesses for their federal agency sessions, including the requisite “quad chart” which is a graphical synopsis of proposed SBIR/STTR grants.
The 2020 Regional SBIR Weeks are virtual, collaborative outreach efforts connecting entrepreneurs working on advanced technologies to the country’s largest source of early-stage funding – the SBIR/STTR programs. Also known as America’s Seed Fund, the SBIR/STTR programs provide over $3.7 billion in funding to small businesses each year in a wide variety of technology areas.
Between 2015 and 2019, the SBIR Road Tour visited every state and Puerto Rico – mostly traveling by bus between stops. Amid travel and event challenges, the decision was made to go virtual for the 2020 events.
Each virtual event, hosted by a local organization, will provide attendees with an opportunity to hear directly from the participating federal agency program managers that administer over 5,500 new awards annually and to meet virtually one-on-one with program decision-makers.
So, if you’re an Innovator, Entrepreneur, Researcher, or Small Technology Firm, don’t miss this opportunity.