SBIR/STTR Training

We have partnered with state-based economic and technology development organizations to help advance their state's mission to support local entrepreneurs and spur job growth. It is often said that small businesses are the engine of an economy. We know what a vibrant and thriving innovation ecosystem looks like, which is why we are committed to making sure entrepreneurs and small businesses have access to accurate information to help them make critical business decisions. 

We will work with you to develop custom content for short half-day to multi-day workshops focused on any number of topics ranging from SBIR/STTR basic overview, in-depth proposal development workshops, commercialization strategy bootcamp with one-on-one private business sessions, to coaching sessions focused on properly structuring teams and leverage resources in a way that position you to successfully compete for non-dilutive funding.

We have heard from countless businesses that navigating the complex requirements of the congressionally-mandated SBIR/STTR programs is overwhelming, confusing and labor-intensive.

We can save you a tremendous amount of time and frustration and not to mention lost opportunity if you don't comply with the requirements or don't meet agency expectations.

Our mission is to move innovation forward and that means helping you succeed in every aspect of growing your venture. 

Past & Current Clients/Partners

Arizona Commerce Authority

University of Massachusetts

Yale University

National Research Council of Canada

Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation

Arkansas Economic Development Center

Stony Brook University

Missouri Science & Technology University

Ohio Aerospace Institute 



bioPrime partners with organizations to conduct thorough reviews of technology portfolios to assess the viability of inventions for their commercial potential. 

Technology managers want to know that the inventions filed by their researchers and entrepreneurs solve a real market problem and can ultimately return the investment back to the organizations that supported them. Investors want to see their investments grow and succeed.

We have advised organization such as venture accelerators, investment groups and the Federal government's technology transfer arms identify which technologies merit further investment into forming a company around, served as technical reviewer evaluating which inventions demonstrate the likelihood to succeed in a marketplace, conducted due diligence on start-up portfolios to determine which are a good fit for SBIR/STTR funding, and reviewed company pitches for investable opportunities.

Dr. Fedorkova has extensive experience in reviewing early-stage technologies and selecting hundreds of small businesses for NIH's business assistance programs and industry showcases.

Let's partner together to prioritize your portfolio for success and better returns.

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