If you are part of an organization that is a start-up, that is the organization is in the first three to five years of operation, it is likely that you could always use more funding. We all could.
Christine E.B. Howard recently participated in first-round judging in the 2019 Female Founders in Tech (FinTech) competition. She previously participated as a first-round judge for Quesnay’s InsurTech track.
Leading clean energy startups are encouraged to apply, and the six most promising businesses will be awarded individual prizes ranging from $250,000 up to $1 million and afforded critical business and technical resources.
Why “Success Rate” is a bad measure and the answer is not as straightforward as you would like with SBIR/STTR funding and Win Rate or Success Rate or Success Ratio is a misnomer and a misconception.
It is difficult to quantify exactly how much funding has been delayed due to the shutdown because each agency works on a different schedule, but we do know which agency is affected.
As of January 11, 2019: It is now anticipated that the 2019 ED/IES SBIR Phase I program solicitation will be released on or around January 31, 2019, with a due date 45 days later. Please note: the Department of Education and its SBIR program are NOT affected by the partial government shutdown.
DOE SBIR/STTR Phase I Release 2 LOI was due January 7th at 5 pm Eastern. Did you get your LOI in on time in PAMS?