Thinking of responding to the next round of government solicitations?
Join ACTION for this timely and informative webinar :
Proposal Writing for Tech Entrepreneurs
presented by Dr. Jeffrey Everson
Director, J.H. Everson Consulting
October 28, 2013
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs could be the link between your laboratory and the marketplace. At the end of this workshop you'll be able to:
Identify opportunities in the SBIR/STTR space
Develop strategy and improve writing skills for proposals to the Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Energy (DOE) and other U.S. agencies (except for the National Institutes of Health)
Learn about funding opportunities from the laboratory to commercialization stage, including Phase III funding sources
Discuss SBIR/STTR program reauthorization rules
Proposal writing techniques presented in this workshop generally apply to Request for Proposals (RFP), Broad Agency Announcements (BAA) and White Papers, as well as SBIR/STTR solicitations.
Please register here so that we can send you the webinar details.
About Jeffrey Everson
Dr. Everson has a multifaceted technical background that includes Renewable Energy, Applied Robotics, Fossil Fuels, Sensors, Vehicle Safety, Visible/Infrared Optics, Nanotechnology, Medical Devices, Electro- Mechanical Systems, and Surface Acoustic Wave devices.
Dr. Everson is Director of J.H. Everson Consulting. Before forming a consultant practice, he was Director of Business Development at QinetiQ – North America and previously Senior Engineer at Foster-Miller, Inc. He holds PhD in Physics from Boston College.
J.H. Everson Consulting:
Serves understaffed companies that submit R&D proposals under stringent deadlines and stiff competition
Provides a competitive advantage based on a winning proposal record
Focuses on both technology and business issues, bringing a balanced approach
Responds to commercial/government organizations with White Papers and proposals
The Association of Cleantech Incubators of New England (ACTION) is New England’s network of cleantech incubators sharing the common goals of accelerating the growth and success of early-stage companies, strengthening the regional cleantech cluster, and creating more green jobs in New England. Their network of incubators provides diverse resources and a highly- supportive hub in which entrepreneurs, business leaders, government agencies, community leaders, investors, universities, and other interested organizations can collaborate toward the successful commercialization of enterprises that will build a prosperous green economy, improve the quality of our lives and sustain the health of our environment.