Small Business Grants: SBIR/STTR Grants
Services: I provide as little or as much SBIR/STTR support as you desire. For those well-versed in the SBIR/STTR program, I can provide a critical set of eyes to identify strengths and weaknesses for you to consider. For those not well-versed, I can provide assistance with registrations, proposal development, proposal writing, forms, biosketches, budgets, letters of support, grant administration, and even bookkeeping. If in the Pacific Northwest, you may want to attend free seminars I present through Life Sciences Washington (the life sciences trade association for the State of Washington). I work with both large and small companies throughout the US with flexible payment options (including fee-for-success options) so that I can accommodate client needs. Visit the SBIR/STTR page for more details for how I can assist you or contact me for a FREE 15 minute consultation.
Limited time special: I can’t tell you how many times I hear about submission problems (or lack of submission) because Federal registrations were not done correctly. Establishing registrations is somewhat complex and confusing. For a limited time, take advantage of my FREE no-obligation assistance with required registrations for Federal Grant Submission. Simply contact me and we can discuss the process and how to ensure everything is in order BEFORE you hit the submission button and find out there are major issues.
From a small business client: "Robert is an excellent writer and knows what it takes to write a successful SBIR. He also knows the ins and outs of the process, as well as how to be a cheerleader when you need encouragement!” ~H
From a small business client: “You have been amazing!” P.L.
Cost: I never want cost of my services to be a barrier for my clients. Contact me. We will find a way to make it happen for you. I admit that I am not inexpensive. You can find less expensive consultants. Question is, can you find one worth the expense and that will deliver a high return on your investment.
I offer two options for my fees. The first is a simple fee for services. The second is a smaller upfront payment followed by a fee once an award is made. Often, clients use part of the “fee” portion of their budget for my services. Small business grants include a “fee” as part of their budgets: it is basically to ensure that Companies attain a profit for the work they do on the awarded study. Agencies want you to have these fees and will often add them if you do not.