Feasibility is often a loosely defined term that might be difficult to pin down.
I often get calls from clients who wish to submit an SBIR/STTR grant with a deadline only a couple of weeks or even days away.
After spending months planning your experiments and detailing your approach, you are now ready for the budget.
Don’t know where to start?? Follow our guide to building the first draft of your SBIR proposal.
Is SBIR/STTR a Fit for Me? Take the T.E.S.T Here is a simple test with some Go – No Go criteria to see if SBIR/STTR is a fit for your company.
Your SBIR proposal must communicate strong significance, but many proposals I review fall short in this area.
So you have submitted your SBIR proposal some months ago and are nervously waiting for word on what the reviewers thought of it.
One of the most common themes we try to impress on our clients is for them to reach out to the various program managers well before they submit a proposal.
This is not a rigorous treatise on proposal writing or Grantsmanship 101.
With 11 different agencies, multiple deadlines, a choice between grants and contracts- how do you begin to search for the right SBIR/STTR opportunity for your company? Make your search a bit easier with the following how-to advice.