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How to Mine Federal R&D Databases for Funding and Development Opportunities
When growing your technology business, you need to understand who your customers are, what they want, and who else might be creating similar technology solutions to meet those customer needs. While some of the best methods of learning this involve talking with people, and attending meetings (even virtual meetings!), there are several publicly available federal databases that store information on what federal R&D funds have been awarded through grants and contracts, as well as what federal solicitations have been recently created.

Join us to explore using databases such as NIH RePorter, SBIR.gov, GRANTS.gov, and beta.SAM (formerly FedBizOps) to identify potential customers, customer needs, competitors, as well as potential sources of federal, non-dilutive funding for your technology-oriented company.

Feb 9, 2021 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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