The BizGrants service, provided by the Georgia CTSA, offers academic investigators expert advice on how to effectively write applications for two types of specialized small business grants offered through the federal government; the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR).

This service is intended to help entrepreneurial investigators who seek advice and financial support as they navigate the commercialization path to the market.

In addition to expert advice, BizGrants holds an annual RFA to fund 2 pilot grant awards each worth $20k. Awardees are required to submit a follow-on SBIR and/or STTR application within one year of receipt of the pilot grant. 

 

To schedule a BizGrants consultation, please contact Maren.Parsell@emory.edu.

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