The U.S. government mandates that we register and create usernames for a handful of different online portals when applying for federal #grants like #SBIR and #STTR
There are several categories of costs that are generally not included in the National Health Institute (NIH) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) budget allocations. What you don’t know can hurt your NIH SBIR proposal
We have been collected tips, best practices, and advice based on our experience, feedback from our clients, and reviewers. Here are the top 11 tips to help improve your proposal outcomes.
Did you know that there two sets of instructions for NIH SBIR proposals? Yikes!! Do you know where to find them? Do you know which one to use and when?
Every so often, we get a handful of requests from clients that ask if we will develop their pitch deck. While it is not in our skillset, we do appreciate the ask and do recognize the need for really good examples. So when we run into really neat tools and resources, we are compelled to share them with you. This time our resource is a massive list of pitch decks from many great companies landed their first investments.
Just to register to submit your NIH SBIR proposal and be considered, your organizational representatives will have to create profiles on no less than THREE complex government websites.
Now and again clients ask us about SBIR/STTR eligibility requirements. We thought it would be helpful to put together this quick checklist for you so that you know if you meet the eligibility criteria for SBIR/STTR.
SBIR/STTR proposals require a very meticulous application process. For this reason, once you have decided to apply for an SBIR award, there are several steps you should take to prepare.
A.I. vs Algorithms: Your words matter… especially in your proposals.
Best Practice Tip: ALWAYS contact any funder or agency by phone and/or email before you consider submitting a proposal.