Join us at the Emerging Enterprise Center for a presentation by Delaware Small Business Development Center Technology Manager Lou Dinetta to learn about non-dilutive funding opportunities available via Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) programs. Q&A to follow.
Lou has over 40 years of experience in small business technology companies, published more than 30 technical papers, managed the P&L for research and development organizations, commercialized products and has been a researcher at the University of Delaware’s Institute of Energy Conversion and Vice President, Advanced Products, at AstroPower, Inc. as well as two other startup companies. He has been a principal investigator or a senior key person on grants and contracts with NIH, DOD, DOE, NASA, NSF, EPA, and USDA including a highly successful Phase III XLERATOR grant with DOE. In addition, Lou is well versed in various forms of government contracting and reporting requirements including DCAA compliant accounting and indirect cost negotiation and is considered a subject matter expert in all areas related to the Small Business Innovation Research program. His efforts are aimed at growing technology based small businesses and startups by providing guidance for entrepreneurs to develop their products through non-dilutive government funding.
$10 for New Castle County Chamber members, $15 for non-members
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