The Arizona Innovation Challenge is Arizona’s leading technology commercialization competition awarding up to $3 million – $1.5 million twice yearly – making it one of the most competitive and largest competitions in the nation.
With the release of NIH, CDC, and FDA solicitations (PA-19-272),(PA-19-270), (PA-19-273), and (PA-19-271) for SBIR/STTR funding the funding lines have adjusted their budgets accordingly.
Finally!!! Veteran-owned businesses are eligible to receive certain small business grants from the government, nonprofits, and some corporations as well. In particular, the SBA owns many programs dedicated to veteran business owners like VA SBA loans. These initiatives seek to give back to our troops for their service and dedication and to support their entrepreneurial contributions.
For over 25 years, the Alaska Small Business Development Center has been helping businesses start, develop, and grow.
Alabama Launchpad will begin accepting applications for the next round of competition cycles starting May 31st, 2019 and the deadline to apply is June 28th, 2019.
The 2019 SBIR and STTR Omnibus/Parent Grant Solicitations for the NIH, CDC, and FDA was recently released. Wondering what they will fund?
Government grants are great, but the requirements are often hyper-specific, or the funding amounts aren’t that large. Big corporations will often provide small business grants to contest winners. For you, it’s money to grow your business. For them, it’s a PR win, netting loyal corporate customers and a lot of good will.
DOD’s SBIR 19.2/STTR 19.B BAA Released was released on May 2nd after a short delay.
Upstate Capital Connect is a collaborative among Excelsior Growth Fund, Launch NY, PathStone Enterprise Center, and Westminster Economic Development Initiative with support from JPMorgan Chase are supporting […]
43North’s $5 million #startup competition is back, and their application period opens in just one week! This year’s application will be open from May 8 – July […]