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Small Business Innovation Research Workshop starts September 12

Each year, the federal government makes thousands of awards to small businesses to advance their research and development for eventual commercialization.
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Each year, the federal government makes thousands of awards to small businesses to advance their research and development for eventual commercialization. To help businesses prepare their grant proposals, there will be two-day workshops in Albuquerque and Santa Fe that will cover development of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phases 1 and 2 proposals and commercialization plans. Registration is $35 for one day or $60 for both days.

Write a Competitive Phase 1 SBIR Proposal
Wednesday, September 12
Technology Ventures Corporation
Albuquerque

Writing a Phase 2 SBIR Proposal and Commercialization Plan
Thursday, September 13
Santa Fe Business Incubator
Santa Fe

To sign up, go to http://techventures.org/events/calendar-of-events/2012/09/how-to-win-sbir-grants/.

The LANS' Northern New Mexico Connect economic development program and the Technology Ventures Corporation are sponsoring the workshops.


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