Please join the Maryland Women's Business Center for an Open House at our Rockville office.
Learn about our program and expanded services
Celebrate and meet MWBC clients who are growing their businesses
Meet our business counselors from Montgomery, Frederick and Prince George's Counties
Network with local government officials, women entrepreneurs, sponsors, partners, and the local business community.
And, if you've been thinking about entering our 2017 StartRight! Women's Business Plan Competition, it's a great opportunity to ask past participants and winners about the process.
Light refreshments will be provided by MWBC clients.
There is no cost to attend, but RSVPs are requested. Click the register button below.
For questions or more information, contact Donna Gallagher, firstname.lastname@example.org, 301-315-8091.
USDA ARS and the USDA SBIR program formed a partnership to encourage USDA SBIR applicants to develop research collaborations with ARS scientists and/or to license ARS technologies. The purpose is to increase the likelihood of success by providing both money and technologies to small U.S. businesses. The relevant language in the SBIR’s “Request for Application” states: "Additional factors that will be considered in the review process include whether an application involves a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with a USDA laboratory, or a license to a USDA technology, or is a resubmission.”
This webinar will include an overview of the USDA SBIR program and crafting a competitive SBIR proposal. Also an overview of ARS and how to develop a successful research collaboration (CRADA) with an ARS scientist and/or license an ARS technology will be discussed. The webinar will address coordinating the statement of works in an ARS CRADA and a USDA SBIR proposal.
MAVA is proud to once again shine the spotlight on the hottest up-and-coming early stage technology companies in the Mid-Atlantic again. A diverse and experienced cross-section of Early Stage Investors, VCs, and experienced CEOs will provide valuable feedback in response to the TechBUZZ presentations. Whether on stage or in the audience, the insight of our investor panels is always informative and thought-provoking.
Join us to learn more about bioscience as an industry and career opportunities available in Montgomery County.
The Big Idea CONNECTpreneur Spring Forum BETHESDA
April 4, 2017
"The Best Networking Event in DC."
Over 70% of previous attendees surveyed say that CONNECTpreneur is the "Number One" tech and investor event in the Mid-Atlantic region!
DCInno calls CONNECTpreneur "The Best Networking Event in DC" and a "NETWORKING JACKPOT" of the DC Region's TOP Entrepreneurs, Business Leaders, CXOs, Angels, and VCs.
Presented by Tech 2000 and LORE Systems, this UNIQUE EVENT is like NONE OTHER in our region, because of the high quality of our attendees, speakers and presenters.
And YES, the networking is unprecedented!
Adam Sedgewick, Senior IT Policy Advisor, NIST
Nigel Jones, KOOLSPAN
Ola Sage, CyberRx
Patricia Toth, Computer Scientist, NIST
Event cost if free, but registration is required. Light refreshments will be served. The program will be presented in person at the NCCoE and via webcast.
This registration will allow you to register to attend the education seminars and the exhibit hall.
Taking Your Ideas To Market: How to Test the Waters Before You Drown
Presented by Megan Wahler, FastForward Program Manager, Johns Hopkins Technology Ventures
3D Printing for Maintenance and Reliability Support
Presented by Thomas Harris, AstraZeneca and Dr. Stanhope, the University of Delaware (invited)
ISPE Good Practice Guide: Operations Management- How well does our Industry manage operations? Maturity Assessment and Overview of Operations Management Guidance Document
Presented by Dr. Niranjan Kulkarni, Co-author of the Operations Management Good Practice Guide and Director of Operations Improvements at CRB
Welcome! Thank you for registering for the Montgomery County Technology & Entrepreneurship Showcase for Green & Energy Efficiency & Advanced Manufacturing, to be held April 10 - 10 at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD Campus. We're glad you will be able to join us. Since NIST is a controlled-access facility, we need to ask a few questions to process your registration.
Registration closes on April 3, 2017.
NEW REGISTRATION: Please click on the button below to start your registration.
All projects present risk, and successful project managers recognize that it is vital not to avoid risks, but to understand them. Risk management is the process of identifying, assessing, mitigating, and controlling the known risks in order to increase the probability of meeting your project objectives. By planning for unexpected events, you can be ready to respond if they arise. This webinar will be led by Gretchen Stup, Senior Consultant, Latham BioPharm Group, and will bring to light the importance of Risk Management as well as introduce methods and tools that can be implemented to ensure a successful risk management process. Gretchen will utilize a slide presentation and will review specific examples to help illustrate the key concepts of Risk Management. The presentation will help you understand how to identify what can go wrong, how to assess a risk events probability and impact, and what to do to lessen the probability or impact of a risk event occurring. Real-world examples and considerations from the speaker’s professional experience will be highlighted during the webinar. In addition, there will be time allotted for questions and answers at the conclusion of the webinar.
This course will result in up to one hour of PMI-approvable Professional Development Units (PDUs) for the project management field.
The George Washington University (GW) Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) is showcasing promising and impactful GW research with commercial potential. This event provides a forum for idea sharing between GW researchers, entrepreneurs, and members of the venture community. GW inventors will present their technologies to a panel of experienced entrepreneurs, investors, and industry professionals. Finalists will pitch their technologies for a chance to win $30,000 in prizes!
Wednesday, April 12th from 1:00-5:30pm
Science & Engineering Hall, Lehman Auditorium
800 22nd Street NW
Washington, DC 20052
Register for free at go.gwu.edu/2017innovationcomp
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