Securing Small Chemical Business Funding with the SBIR/STTR Programs

Thursday, May 9, 2019 at 2-3 pm ET 

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Are you starting a new small chemical business or interested in a new product line? In 2018, the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Programs provided $2.3 billion in financial assistance. In addition, more than a dozen government agencies set aside 1.5% to 3% of their R&D budgets for small businesses to provide tasks or products that still need to be developed.

Join Jack Driscoll, President and Chairman of PID Analyzers, as he discusses the opportunities that SBIR and STTR Programs can provide to your small business. During this free interactive broadcast, you will discover programs that will grow your company without needing outside capital as well as how patents become the property of the company that developed the invention, not the government.

What You Will Learn

  • How this SBIR/STTR Program was started by an American Chemical Society member
  • What are the government agencies that provide funding from Phase I to Phase III
  • When and how to apply for these programs

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Jack Driscoll
PID Analyzers

Jennifer Maclachlan
PID Analyzers

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