Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center Offers SBIR/STTR Workshops
A series of workshops will be presented in September and October to introduce innovators and entrepreneurs to the federal Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer program.
Topics include: the requirements for participation and steps to get started, how intellectual property protections can impact your business, stories and insights from SBIR-winning companies and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration SBIR program. There are no fees for participation.
Visit asbtdc.org/asbtdc-events for information and registration.
Julie Preddy, assistant director, communication and events
Arkansas Small Business and Technology Development Center
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