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High-Tech Small Business Boot Camp II
Northglenn, CO

Monday, October 06, 2003

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Conference Address:
Holiday Inn – Denver/Northglenn
10 East 120th Avenue
Northglenn, CO 80233


Here’s a great opportunity for you and your colleagues to cram months’ or years’ worth of class work and “learning the hard way” into a single day. The High-Tech Small Business Boot Camp will be an intense, one-day event designed to promote the awareness and understanding of the range of business issues that are critical to high-tech entrepreneurs—while also providing invaluable knowledge about and insights into the federal SBIR (Small Business Innovation Research) Program and the opportunities that its $1.6 Billion of annual funding provides to small, high-tech firms.

We’re packing a lot into one day— with three concurrent sessions running most of the day. You’d better bring along your co-workers so you won’t miss out on any of the excellent content. We have priced the event to make it easier for you to do so.

Top-notch SBIR program managers from DOD and NIH will join some of the nation’s leading SBIR experts to provide program overviews. They will be joined by skilled local business practitioners in the key areas of government- and private- sector marketing, intellectual property management and patents, business plans and infrastructure, business collaborations, tax and legal issues, and bank/angel/venture funding.

Don’t pass up this unique opportunity to discuss critical business issues and to learn how best to access and capitalize upon the SBIR program as a significant funding factor in growing your high- tech business and fully realizing the potential value of your innovations.

Who Should Attend:
Small business, entrepreneurs, academics and any others interested in learning how to create value from technology.

Contact Information:
Name:    Kim Keating
Phone:    X 200