SBIR Facilitation

As a winner of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s first Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Catalyst Competition, The Corridor partners with four university-based entrepreneur support organizations to enhance the inclusivity and participation of women entrepreneurs in the SBIR program.

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University of South Florida
University of South Florida
University of South Florida

Available data shows just 13% of SBIR grant recipients nationally are women. Our structured network of mentors and role models equip women entrepreneurs to develop competitive SBIR grant applications and streamline commercialization pathways for their resulting technology innovations.

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Maximize SBIR Funding

Women interested in generating new intellectual property with the help of university researchers or interested in the translation of existing university technology may maximize their SBIR or other federal funds to receive matching funds from The Corridor. learn more