Thirteen businesses representing diverse tech-based sectors are competing at the 19th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest! Learn a little more about the ones familiar to us.
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Launching a startup means discovery. Previously, I talked about establishing good assumptions or business guesses before launching into interviews.
One of the things to do before you start an SBIR/STTR proposal is to make sure you have some registrations in place, you’ve vetted your idea, and you’ve talked to a program officer at the agencies.
I had the opportunity to attend the Ag Tech Summit in Champaign, Illinois recently.
We are excited to see the DoD has ‘pre-released’ their next round of SBIR and STTR Broad Area Announcements (BAA’s).
Lean Startup can make starting a business accessible for the new entrepreneur.
An innovative solution is more than technology. It highlights a distinct benefit to the user. As you consider the April 2022 Dept. of Defense SBIR/STTR release, do some homework to learn about the users need with a focus on mission specific applications.
Twenty-six entries representing sectors such as health care, cleantech, education, software and innovations in products or services are competing in the finalist round of the 19th annual Wisconsin Governor’s Business Plan Contest. Learn a little more about the ones familiar to us!
As we start another round of SBIR Advance, I would like to remind you to watch the videos I have specifically for this program.
In this installment of The Approach, the spotlight is on Greg Baker, Managing Director of Bascom Ventures. Read more….