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Free 30-Minute Information Session

      If you have questions about startup and small business development issues like acquiring seed grant funding or producing an actionable business model, please submit your request and question, below, for a free 30-Minute Information Session. 

    After you contact us, we will send an email to schedule the free 30-Minute Information Session.  The information session/meeting will be conducted using Microsoft Teams.

New Health and Medical Technology Development Opportunities

The National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research program offers small firms and startups new health and medical technology development opportunities that will companies to produce novel, marketable, problem-solving solutions. The attachments provide basic information about how your small firm/startup can obtain non-dilutive seed funding that will help your company succeed in 2022 and beyond. More importantly, the attachments outline specific information about new health and medical technology development opportunities in the following areas:

Artificial Intelligence

Biomedical

Digital Health

Medical Devices



Think About IT!

This brief presention provides basic facts about the National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research program. More importanly it demystify and corrects misreprestations about the direct seed funding program.

Your Small Firm’s Private Sector Fundraising Strategy Checklist

Learn what steps your startup or small firm must take in order attract and acquire private early-stage funding.  It is a basic presention providing the information needed to prepare your company and succeed in obtaing growth capital.

If your company requires additional information about the process and the type of early-stage, i.e., traditional venture capital, corporate venture capital or health stystem venture capital funds, available to fund your company, please submit a request for a free 30-minute consulting/information session below.

Why Investors Don't Invest In Good Ideas

A brief 4 minute read regarding why your good idea is not enough to receive funding from a public investor, i.e., National Science Foundation Small Business Innovation Research program or a private sector investor, i.e., venture capitalist.

If your good health or medical technology idea cannot be successfully commercialized, monetized, and scaled, then investors are not interested.