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Invent It, Build it, Sell it…ANYWHERE!
*Workshops *Speed Dating *Poster Show *Panels *One-on-Ones *Sponsor Booths And so much more…
Leverage State/Federal/ Global Resources
Small Business Innovation Research Track
Learn how to:
• Win ~ $1M to fund your ideas
• Go from R&D to commercialization
• Find strategic partners
• Avoid common pitfalls
Meet 1:1 with agencies and global innovators
Global Trade Track
Find out how to:
• Certify your products/Protect IP
• Tap into overseas American Embassies
• Cut through the “Red Tape”
• License your technology
Meet 1:1 with trading partners
When: July 24-26, 2012
Where: Mohegan Sun, Uncasville, CT
Cost: $695 (incl. the networking tools, a $250 value)
Many small businesses in CT are eligible for attendee reimbursements. Contact us for more information.
Contact: Merrie London; (860) 257-2894
Connecticut has hosted two highly successful national SBIR conferences bringing together industry, academia and government to encourage innovation and commercialization. This conference will spur innovation, manufacturing and export. Connect with knowledgeable contacts to help fund your innovations, understand the needs of global companies, and help you learn the subtle nuances of international trade.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
If you are a technology company, start-up, manufacturer, college/university, service provider or small business involved with “innovation to export,” this is the summit for you!
Create personal agendas, promote your business, and interact with your fellow attendees beforehand! Prior to the event, use free state-of-the-art social networking tools to make introductions, set appointments, and do business.
SBIR & Global Trade Summit
Our Office, in conjunction with the federal SBIR program, the Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development, and the U.S. Department of Commerce invites you to attend a new kind of SBIR conference! As our nation’s focus shifts towards job growth and international trade, efficient business strategies are crucial.
“My device would sell well in international markets. I need help getting started and may need connections for continued support for my innovations.”