For any research project including SBIR, an MVP is very important because it can provide feasibility and act as a go/no-go milestone for further research.
Anyone who has perused through solicitations (either federal such as SBIR or for pitch competitions and accelerators) will notice that one of the many qualifications for applicants is that they are “seed-stage” or “pre-seed stage”, but what does that mean and why is important to be in this position for certain funding opportunities?
What does switching DUNS to UEI mean for your upcoming SBIR/STTR submission? Hint: it may an impact on your upcoming application, especially if you have a sub-awardee. 😧 📝 ⚠️
Stay one step ahead of reviewer fatigue by highlighting answers to five top reviewer questions in your proposal 🕵️♀️
Your web presence is more important than you think! 💻 Your web site and social media creates a potential investors’ first impression of you before you ever meet. 😱
Diversifying your #funding portfolio is key to remaining viable as a business or nonprofit. 💰💎💸
Use patent law to protect your intellectual property when working with all #funders, including the federal government 🔐
Registrations are an all important and often overlooked first step in any #SBIR application 👀
Research hubs are the ideal venue for #smallbusiness owners looking to network. Meet likeminded founders, potential hires, and industry mentors! 💼 🧠
Savvy #Smallbusiness owners will make sure their objectives are as SMART as their innovative idea! 💡 SMART is an acronym for “specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-bound”