How do SBIRs Fit into a Startup Company’s Strategy?Add to calendar
Thursday, March 7, 2019
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: CNY Biotech Accelerator | 841 E. Fayette St., Syracuse, NY*
It takes considerable time and effort for a startup company to identify a path to commercial success. This is especially true for companies leveraging high-technology that requires significant R&D to commercialize. Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding can help support small companies working to commercialize high-risk high-reward technologies, but how do SBIRs fit into the startup company narrative?
James A. Monroe is a scientist turned entrepreneur who has worked on the commercial and technical development of ALLVAR Alloys as the PI of several SBIR grants and contracts. He will discuss SBIRs as a funding and technology development mechanism in the greater context of the startup company strategy.
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Program Hosts: The Blackstone LaunchPad at Syracuse University, CNY Biotech Accelerator at Upstate Medical University and Syracuse University Office of Technology Transfer
*For those not able to attend in person, a webex will be available.
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Webex information will be sent to your RSVP’d email address 1-2 days prior to the program.
Free parking is available in the lot located directly behind the building (accessed at Irving Ave and E. Fayette St).