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SBDC Technology Commercialization Center

SBDC Technology Commercialization Center

Upcoming Events

 SBIR/STTR Program Essentials: DOE and DOD

Bill Priest Institute
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
8:30 am – 6:00 pm

1402 Corinth St., Dallas, TX 75215 Hoblitzelle Room #1530

Cost: $ 40.00 (includes continental breakfast and lunch)

The Federal SBIR/STTR programs award over $2.5 billion in high-risk R&D funding annually to qualified small businesses. The process is complex with a steep learning curve, but the impact of receiving millions in non-dilutive funding is worth the effort. Join serial SBIR awardee, Jerry Hollister, of the SBIR/STTR consulting firm, BBCetc, and learn SBIR basics, plus essential information on the Dept. of Energy and Dept. of Defense programs.

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SBDC Technology Commercialization Center Mission

Promote entrepreneurship, creating a thriving, globally competitive economic system in South-West Texas by providing business development services for science and technology entrepreneurs through a variety of networking, technical assistance, and applied research activities.

We can help you with:

  • Business development
  • Building your management and technical teams
  • Professional connections and networking
  • Product development planning
  • Assessing market potential
  • Commercializing innovative products
  • Overcoming design and manufacturing challenges
  • Preliminary intellectual property guidance
  • Finding funds to further your technical concepts
  • Obtaining SBIR/STTR and other R&D grants
  • Access to technologies and resources from federal laboratories

This specialized consulting service is available to all businesses in Texas either through local SBDC offices or regional SBDC network centers.
Technology Commercialization


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