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**Presentations from the February 18th - SBIR/STTR Forum**
Launch Tennessee overview
DOE's SBIR/STTR Program overview
Pitching Technologies
SBIR/STTR Commercialization Strategies
Protecting your intellectual property - Bass Berry Sims
Trends in SBIR/STTR
Recent changes with the DOE SBIR/STTR programs
DOE Phase II Overview
SBIR/STTR Phase I Proposal Preparation
Launch Tennessee Capital Resources
Preparing the SBIR/STTR Cost Proposal


The Tennessee Small Business Development Center offers no-cost and low-cost training for potential business owners and existing businesses.

To sign up for any of our training events, please click on the respective link below. Thank you.

Live Training:

Choose "Oak Ridge" as "local training by TSBDC Center"

Date Training Event Details
06/09/2020 How to do business with the government
Part 1 / Webinar
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06/11/2020 How to do business with the government
Part 2 / Webinar
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06/12/2020 Government Contracting 
101-102 - What's Next?
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