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.
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.
Looking for Funding? Here are some last minute funding opportunities for April. As always, be sure to check with each funder with regard to focus, fit, funding amounts, deadlines, and approach before applying.
SIPPRA creates a $100 million standing fund held by the US Treasury to make outcome payments in social impact partnership projects and to fund select feasibility studies. Applications are due May 22, 2019 and sites interested in applying are strongly encouraged to submit a Notice of Intent to Apply by April 8, 2019.
Maze X is a startup accelerator programme designed to put ambitious impact start-ups on the road to becoming impact unicorns. It is focused on hard-working founders who have the grit to test new ideas and aim for innovative outcomes.
America’s Seed Fund powered by the National Science Foundation (NSF) is piloting changes to the Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) proposal submission process.