Learn More About SBIR/STTR Grants
VertueLab’s SBIR/STTR video series will take you through 10 short videos to help you understand the federal program’s intent and decide if these grants might be a good fit for your company.
If it looks like a fit, and you would like to apply for Vertuelab SBIR/STTR assistance programs, you can contact us for further no cost support.
Our SBIR/STTR Track Record in Oregon
Each year the federal Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) funding programs award approximately $3.2 billion in non-dilutive funding to small, high-tech, innovative businesses. SBIR encourages small for-profit companies to pursue risky but potentially rewarding endeavors and ideas to ensure the United States remains the world's innovation leader. The funding is awarded based on a competitive process that considers both the technical merit of the technology to be developed and the potential for successfully introducing it to the market.
NOTE: The SBIR/STTR program is available to all proprietary technologies- not just cleantech, in Oregon.
SBIR/STTR Assistance Resources
SBIR/STTR Assistance provides support to qualified applicants seeking to apply for an SBIR/STTR Grant. The program is designed to assist companies by providing one or more of the following services:
Connecting to principal investigators and strategic partners
Low-cost or no-cost grant writing
Business plan consulting
Assistance in navigating the SBIR/STTR application process
Training and workshops
We Help Startups get Funding
The process of applying for SBIR/STTR funding can be complex, and so can finding qualified people to help you navigate the process. VertueLab's SBIR/STTR Assistance program can help set you up for success and increase your chances of winning an SBIR grant with our expert SBIR grant writer, review process and grant writing workshops.
SBIR/STTR Solicitation Schedule
Plan your SBIR/STTR proposal drafting by referring to our newest tool.
The calendar reflects estimated dates and is for planning purposes only.
To learn about precise LOI, open solicitation and proposal deadlines: