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CTC recognized for SBIR assistance programing that has helped Wisconsin rank 3rd in the country for NIH SBIR success rate. Read More.
Let CTC assist you in building a winning proposal. 
Join us for the January 17th event detailed below.

NIH SBIR/STTR Grant Writing Workshop

Hosted by
MCW Office of Technology Development

 

January 17, 2019
2:30 PM - 4:30 PM

During this workshop, sponsored by the MCW Office of Technology Development, a CTC Technology Consultant, will discuss;

  • Is SBIR/STTR a fit for me?
  • Understanding what SBIR/STTR reviewers are looking for
  • Getting Started with Aims and Significance
  • Step-by-step guidance on preparing key sections of your proposal
  • NIH Tips, Do’s and Don’ts
  • Support options available before, during and after an SBIR/STTR award.
Why you should attend:
- National averages for NIH SBIR proposal funding are around 17% BUT CTC clients are funded at a rate two to three higher than that national average
- CTC support and assistance is FREE to Wisconsin businesses
- Tapping $2.5B in seed funding is possible and game-changing
Who should attend:
- Anyone interested in grant writing as a skill
- Anyone planning on submitting an SBIR/STTR proposal in the next 12 months
- Individuals interested in learning enough about the program to determine if they are interested in pursuing future submissions
- Individuals supporting SBIR/STTR applicants and companies

Wisconsin and CTC Recognized in Helping NIH SBIR/STTR Win Rates

Wisconsin and CTC Recognized for High NIH SBIR/STTR Win Rates

Shading represents the state’s success rate,while bubble-size represents
the average $ amount of awards/year.
CTC was excited to see the progress of clients that who participated in CTC's suite of SBIR Assistance programing.

The win rate ranking comes just in time for CTC's next in-person NIH SBIR training being held at MCW, NIH Grant Writing Workshop.  This workshop is a great way to start preparing for the April NIH SBIR Deadline

One of the best ways to measure the effectiveness of state programs intended to encourage the success of SBIR applications is the approval-rate of their submissions. NIH SBIR/STTR applications in Oregon (29 percent success rate), Vermont (25 percent success rate), and Wisconsin (23 percent success rate) were the most likely to be approved over the ten-year period from 2008 to 2017. Each of these states, as well as many others with high success rates, offer assistance with proposals such as technical support programs and Phase 0 grants.
Read full SSTI article here.

 
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