IMPACT BY NETWORK

Alaska

The AK SBDC's TREND program has been a game changer. It provided my company with the opportunity to secure a Phase I SBIR award from the EPA, bringing $100,000 to Alaska and setting the stage for more funding in the future.

President of Alaska Ocean Waste Solutions

The AK SBDC's TREND program has been a game changer. It provided my company with the opportunity to secure a Phase I SBIR award from the EPA, bringing $100,000 to Alaska and setting the stage for more funding in the future.

President of Alaska Ocean Waste Solutions

The AK SBDC's TREND program has been a game changer. It provided my company with the opportunity to secure a Phase I SBIR award from the EPA, bringing $100,000 to Alaska and setting the stage for more funding in the future.

President of Alaska Ocean Waste Solutions

The AK SBDC's TREND program has been a game changer. It provided my company with the opportunity to secure a Phase I SBIR award from the EPA, bringing $100,000 to Alaska and setting the stage for more funding in the future.

President of Alaska Ocean Waste Solutions

Arkansas

SIEV Technologies Wins SBIR Funding on First Try

SIEV Technologies of Fayetteville won a $256,000 National Science Foundation SBIR grant for a technology that turns corn fibers left over from the ethanol manufacturing process into material for making more ethanol. SIEV's innovation is reusable and environmentally friendly while existing means of converting the leftover fibers to useable material are either expensive, inefficient, or have environmental drawbacks. Helping SIEV succeed on its first SBIR attempt, ASBTDC innovation consultants "were invaluable throughout the whole SBIR application process," said CEO Davar Sasongko. SIEV is an example of ASBTDC's efforts to increase the number of Arkansas SBIR applicants and winners through its FAST-supported activities.

SIEV Technologies Wins SBIR Funding on First Try

SIEV Technologies of Fayetteville won a $256,000 National Science Foundation SBIR grant for a technology that turns corn fibers left over from the ethanol manufacturing process into material for making more ethanol. SIEV's innovation is reusable and environmentally friendly while existing means of converting the leftover fibers to useable material are either expensive, inefficient, or have environmental drawbacks. Helping SIEV succeed on its first SBIR attempt, ASBTDC innovation consultants "were invaluable throughout the whole SBIR application process," said CEO Davar Sasongko. SIEV is an example of ASBTDC's efforts to increase the number of Arkansas SBIR applicants and winners through its FAST-supported activities.

SIEV Technologies Wins SBIR Funding on First Try

SIEV Technologies of Fayetteville won a $256,000 National Science Foundation SBIR grant for a technology that turns corn fibers left over from the ethanol manufacturing process into material for making more ethanol. SIEV's innovation is reusable and environmentally friendly while existing means of converting the leftover fibers to useable material are either expensive, inefficient, or have environmental drawbacks. Helping SIEV succeed on its first SBIR attempt, ASBTDC innovation consultants "were invaluable throughout the whole SBIR application process," said CEO Davar Sasongko. SIEV is an example of ASBTDC's efforts to increase the number of Arkansas SBIR applicants and winners through its FAST-supported activities.

SIEV Technologies Wins SBIR Funding on First Try

SIEV Technologies of Fayetteville won a $256,000 National Science Foundation SBIR grant for a technology that turns corn fibers left over from the ethanol manufacturing process into material for making more ethanol. SIEV's innovation is reusable and environmentally friendly while existing means of converting the leftover fibers to useable material are either expensive, inefficient, or have environmental drawbacks. Helping SIEV succeed on its first SBIR attempt, ASBTDC innovation consultants "were invaluable throughout the whole SBIR application process," said CEO Davar Sasongko. SIEV is an example of ASBTDC's efforts to increase the number of Arkansas SBIR applicants and winners through its FAST-supported activities.

California

Orange County / Inland Empire

250

Attended the 3rd Annual SBIRSTTR Conference, featuring 16 federal agencies and 5 expert workshops

250

Attended the 3rd Annual SBIRSTTR Conference, featuring 16 federal agencies and 5 expert workshops

250

Attended the 3rd Annual SBIRSTTR Conference, featuring 16 federal agencies and 5 expert workshops

250

Attended the 3rd Annual SBIRSTTR Conference, featuring 16 federal agencies and 5 expert workshops

California

Central

42,837

Social media impressions from a series of online cybersecurity awareness training cohorts (Cal Coastal SBDC)

42,837

Social media impressions from a series of online cybersecurity awareness training cohorts (Cal Coastal SBDC)

42,837

Social media impressions from a series of online cybersecurity awareness training cohorts (Cal Coastal SBDC)

42,837

Social media impressions from a series of online cybersecurity awareness training cohorts (Cal Coastal SBDC)

California

San Diego & Imperial

Nano PharmaSolutions Gains a Partner in the SBDC

"I put everything I learned into this one company, and due to COVID I had to pivot and move our company to San Diego from South Korea," said Dr. Kay Olmstead about her two-year-old drug delivery technology company. The pharmaceutical scientist admits she didn't know much about running a business. She asked for help, and "the SBDC came to the rescue with advisor Jennifer Garvey, who became Kay's coach, advocate, and friend. "I could not be here today without her," Kay summarizes, adding how Jenn elevated their accounting, marketing, and funding potential (gained $423,000 in capital). The Nano PharmaSolutions team is learning and growing, became a recent competition finalist, and was also part of the San Diego Angel Conference this year.

Nano PharmaSolutions Gains a Partner in the SBDC

"I put everything I learned into this one company, and due to COVID I had to pivot and move our company to San Diego from South Korea," said Dr. Kay Olmstead about her two-year-old drug delivery technology company. The pharmaceutical scientist admits she didn't know much about running a business. She asked for help, and "the SBDC came to the rescue with advisor Jennifer Garvey, who became Kay's coach, advocate, and friend. "I could not be here today without her," Kay summarizes, adding how Jenn elevated their accounting, marketing, and funding potential (gained $423,000 in capital). The Nano PharmaSolutions team is learning and growing, became a recent competition finalist, and was also part of the San Diego Angel Conference this year.

Nano PharmaSolutions Gains a Partner in the SBDC

"I put everything I learned into this one company, and due to COVID I had to pivot and move our company to San Diego from South Korea," said Dr. Kay Olmstead about her two-year-old drug delivery technology company. The pharmaceutical scientist admits she didn't know much about running a business. She asked for help, and "the SBDC came to the rescue with advisor Jennifer Garvey, who became Kay's coach, advocate, and friend. "I could not be here today without her," Kay summarizes, adding how Jenn elevated their accounting, marketing, and funding potential (gained $423,000 in capital). The Nano PharmaSolutions team is learning and growing, became a recent competition finalist, and was also part of the San Diego Angel Conference this year.

Nano PharmaSolutions Gains a Partner in the SBDC

"I put everything I learned into this one company, and due to COVID I had to pivot and move our company to San Diego from South Korea," said Dr. Kay Olmstead about her two-year-old drug delivery technology company. The pharmaceutical scientist admits she didn't know much about running a business. She asked for help, and "the SBDC came to the rescue with advisor Jennifer Garvey, who became Kay's coach, advocate, and friend. "I could not be here today without her," Kay summarizes, adding how Jenn elevated their accounting, marketing, and funding potential (gained $423,000 in capital). The Nano PharmaSolutions team is learning and growing, became a recent competition finalist, and was also part of the San Diego Angel Conference this year.