On Nov. 17, CEO Bill “Roto” Reuter, will be a part of a panel on Small Business Innovative Research /Small Business Technology Transfer Partnerships panel, facilitated by Florida High Tech Corridor Council’s Randy Berridge at the 18th Annual HHS SBIR/STTR Conference in Orlando. The panel will provide an academic, corporate and government overview on the power of partnerships in applying, obtaining and delivering successful results relating to SBIR & STTR grants.
The HHS SBIR/STTR Conference helps small businesses in the life science sector learn more about over $870 million dollars of annual HHS funding that is available to forge academic partnerships and build new businesses based on recently developed biotechnology. This conference is the cornerstone of HHS’s congressionally mandated outreach efforts under P.L. 112-81. Attendees discover how to successfully submit an application; tips for approaching partners and investors; the types of technical assistance programs HHS offers to awardees; and have the chance to discuss specific questions with HHS SBIR and STTR subject-matter experts.