San Mateo SBDC

Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II - Non Regulatory Approval

Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II - Non Regulatory Approval

Saturday, March 25, 2017 3:00pm to 6:00pm
Free to attend

Get Funded and Pilot Product: For entrepreneurs and innovators looking for non-dilutive R&D funding, there are 12 federal agencies that have open opportunities available to emerging companies through the Small Business Innovation Research, a seed capital program. 

The Small Business Innovation Research (or SBIR) program is a United States Government program, coordinated by the Small Business Administration, intended to help qualified small businesses conduct research and development (R&D). Funding takes the form of contracts or grants. The recipient projects must have the potential for commercialization and must meet specific U.S. Government R&D needs.

The SBIR Phase II Workshop  focuses on innovative approaches and commercialization for SBIR Phase II Proposals.

Phase II awards grants of "up to $1 million, for as many as 2 years," in order to facilitate expansion of Phase I results.  Research and development work is performed and the developer evaluates the potential for commercialization.

The audience for this workshop is SBIR Awardees and above

Instructor is Spencer Hamilton - SBIR Reviewer.  Spencer has worked in investment funds and on strategic initiatives of Fortune 500 companies in technology and healthcare/lie sciences.  He has significant experience in product development, strategy and new venture finances.  Spencer holds a BA and MBA from University of Southern California and John Hopkins University respectively.

Questions? (650) 574-6402
College of San Mateo
1700 West Hillsdale Blvd College Center Building #10, Room 10-195
San Mateo

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Funded in part through cooperative agreements with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the California Governors Office for Business and Economic Development, and other private and public partners;  and nationally accredited by the association of SBDCs.