Are you a tech entrepreneur looking to secure funding for your innovation that has commercialization potential?
Are you Black, Latinx, or a woman looking for an accelerator to grow and expand your company or business?
If you answered YES, please join our panel of experts sponsored by Chase to unlock how to win SBIR awards. SBIR offers flexible grant funding, commercialization support, and the strongest intellectual property rights for small businesses in the federal government.
Eric Adolphe, Founder & CEO, Forward Edge-Al, Inc.
Ted Archer, Executive Director, Global Supplier Diversity, JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Joseph Gordon, Director, AF Technology Transfer & Transition Program, AFRL/SB, WPAFB.
PROJECT ENGINUITY - an initiative designed to accelerate and empower Black, Latinx, and women innovators led by the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce's Minority Business Partnership (DACC MBP) in Collaboration with the Entrepreneurs' Center (EC) and support from Chase.
To learn more, visit ProjectEnginuity.com.
In partnership with Entrepreneurs' Center.
This event is complimentary. Registration is required.