April
26
Maintain ownership of your innovation with this technology funding opportunity provided through the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs. - Learn how you can receive $500,000 - $1 million to bring your products to market - Receive product/service commercialization assistance from the Wyoming SBDC Network and our other partners with the University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Business Council - Meet with successful technology entrepreneurs who have been awarded some of the $2.5 billion in early stage funding offered by the federal government every year. Schedule: - Welcome - Intro to SBIR: Kelly Haigler Cornish, Wyoming SBIR/STTR Initiative - SBIR/STTR Panel: Mark Weitz, Kennon Products - Resource Partner Panel - Closing Networking and Tour of Kennon Products immediately following at 2071 North Main Street Speaker: Mark Weitz, PE leads research and development efforts at Kennon. A Chemical Engineer and Atmospheric Scientist by training, Mark has been involved in basic and applied R&D for over 20 years. Much of Mark's early career work was field based - on the ground, and in the air - which provided Mark with a breadth of hands-on, practical problem solving skills. Holder of a patent for an industry-standard calibration flow meter, and developer of numerous innovative designs at Kennon, Mark provides clients with a unique complement of strong analytical capabilities, excellent communication skills, and results-oriented solutions.
Date:
Thursday, April 26, 2018; 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Location:
Sheridan College, 131 Watt Building
3059 Coffeen Ave. Sheridan WY 82801
Region:
Northeast
Sponsor:
Wyoming SBDC Network
Contact:
Kelly Haigler Cornish
Haigler@uwyo.edu, Phone: 13077662904
Price:
No Cost
Register:
https://www.wysbdc.org/workshop.aspx?ekey=50380005
Website:
www.wyomingsbdc.org
Category:
Business
Type:
Seminar

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