LaunchLINK: SBIR/STTR Overview

LaunchLINK: SBIR/STTR Overview
Speaker: Kelly Wylam

Wednesday November 28, 2018

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
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Location:
Multiple locations via videoconference

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LaunchLINK: SBIR/STTR Overview

Eleven federal agencies offer $2.5 billion research and development grant to small businesses. This non-dilutive capital may be integral to your new product commercialization plan. This video conference seminar will teach you about this critical funding program.

Your speaker will be Kelly Wylam, Director of the Innovation Partnership, PA’s premiere SBIR/ STTR statewide assistance program.  She is seasoned in grant proposal preparation and funding acquisition as well as assisting clients with federal grant proposals. 

We’ve scheduled the video conference at noon since you have to take a break from working to eat anyway.  We’re giving you an opportunity to spend your lunch getting some new knowledge and having a networking opportunity as well.  The locations for this session are:  Titusville Redevelopment Authority; Oil Region Alliance, Oil City; Clearly Ahead Development, Clearfield; Bradford Regional Airport; Mifflin County IDC, Lewistown; J.D. Brown Center, York; 814 Worx, Johnstown; Catalyst Space, Altoona; and the Candy Factory, Lancaster.

You’re getting a great deal, what with free content and networking with other entrepreneurs at the same time.  So use this link to register at the location of your choice.  Don’t delay, as seating at your preferred location may be limited. 

See you on November 28th!!

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Meet the instructor

Your speaker will be Kelly Wylam, Director of the Innovation Partnership, PA’s premiere SBIR/ STTR statewide assistance program.  She is seasoned in grant proposal preparation and funding acquisition as well as assisting clients with federal grant proposals. 

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