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Wednesday, July 26 • 10:00am - 11:00am
SBIR and Innovation Grants: No Rosy Glasses FILLING

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Innovation grants are key opportunities for early stage technology companies to capture non-dilutive capital, but not easy or simple!  Learn how to avoid the pitfalls. Hear candid insights from our panel of technology venture founders and leaders who all have hands-on and hard-won experience with innovation grants including Department of Defense, NASA, National Institute of Health, Department of Energy, State of Colorado Advanced Industries Grants and more.

Moderators
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Sharon King

Executive Director, Small Business Development Center
In the past 10 years, Sharon King and the Boulder SBDC have worked with over 5,000 entrepreneurs from startups through 2nd stage companies, from “Main Street” businesses through highly scalable manufacturing and Advanced Industries. Sharon’s first business was a vintage retail store... Read More →

Speakers
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Doug Campbell

President, Roccor, LLC & Solid Power, Inc.
Doug is a serial entrepreneur with experience in commercializing new technologies in the aerospace, military and cleantech markets. He is currently the CEO of Longmont-based Roccor, a manufacturer of space and military products, and Louisville-based Solid Power, a developer of n... Read More →
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Erica Dawson

CTO, InDevR
Dr. Erica Dawson has been integral in leading the research and development as well as the product transfer of multiple commercial products at InDevR since 2006.  Dr. Dawson manages InDevR’s cross-functional research and development department, guiding and overseeing the development of the... Read More →
avatar for Bob Levenduski

Bob Levenduski

President, Redstone Aerospace


Wednesday July 26, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Guaranty Bank 401 Main Street, Longmont, CO

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