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The SBIR/STTR Proposal Playbook: A Webinar Workshop for Drafting Winning Applications

Format: On-Demand Video/Transcript, or DVD
Originally presented: Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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They don’t call it America’s Seed Fund for nothing. The Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer programs dole out $2 billion to university-based ventures every year, and their awards can be significant sources of non-dilutive funding – if you know how to craft a proposal that will win over the reviewers. University researchers, start-up founders and TTO staff must ensure their proposal has what it takes to earn the funding their projects need.

That starts with knowing what agencies such as the NSF, NIH and DoD are looking for in fundable projects and how to prepare your proposal for review. To give you the best chance of success, Technology Transfer Tactics’ Distance Learning Division has partnered with Kristen Parmelee of PCG, Inc. — one of the country’s top SBIR/STTR experts — to bring you this critically important program:

The SBIR/STTR Proposal Playbook: A Webinar Workshop for Drafting Winning Applications

In this detailed workshop session, you’ll come away with a solid understanding of what makes a good SBIR/STTR proposal and what the largest agencies are looking for, so you can maximize your chances of getting the funding you need. Gather your entire staff and faculty founders for one low fee and maximize the impact of this how-to session!   

Here is an overview of the program’s agenda:

  • Pre-Proposal Work
      • Topic/Solicitation identification
      • Advice for contacting the agency
      • Understanding the registration process
      • Your team: roles, requirements according to each agency
    • Outlining the approach of your proposal
  • Getting Started on Proposal Preparation (Best practices for NIH, NSF and DoD applications)
    • Mistakes to avoid
    • What to expect and when to expect it
    • Best practices for crafting the technical narrative and research strategy sections
    • What to include in biosketches
    • Understanding how subawards, consultants, contractors and fee-for-service fit in to your proposal
    • Budget reviews and concerns
    • Obtaining letters of support and what information they should include

Meet your program leader:

Kristen ParmeleeKristen Parmelee
PCG, Inc.

After more than 18years as a consultant, Kristen (Kris) Parmelee has developed long-term relationships with many of her clients. After gaining initial experience in fundraising, Kris launched her own venture, PCG Inc., in 2000 with a focus on private foundation and federal grants. In 2005, she expanded her experience to include SBIR/STTR, and for the past eightyears has focused exclusively on SBIR/STTR and project management services. Her SBIR/STTR clients include major universities and other small businesses developing and commercializing innovative technology.

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