Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and the Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) programs award funds to small business entities. UCLA faculty may participate in these projects under certain circumstances. Research Policy and Compliance (RPC) provides leadership in shaping, interpreting and implementing UC and UCLA research-related policies, procedures, and guidance. For more information visit the Research Policy and Compliance (RPC) website.
UCLA Startup in a Box participants will be permitted to register for QB3’s SBIR / STTR Workshop for a $150 fee. This program includes working sessions and filing clinics, all of which can be accessed remotely via web conference. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have or are interested in obtaining Federal Funding for your small business, understanding and preparing your accounting for recordkeeping and reporting are imperative.
Realizing that every small business, SBIR awardee or not, generates a wealth of information, this event will help pre-award and awardees see beyond the numbers and shed light on useful data to provide guidance in making effective business decisions ranging from general strategy to development initiatives