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SBIR/STTR Proposal Preparation - Focus on NSF

This seminar presents essential information for crafting a competitive proposal to meet the mission, standards and requirements of the National Science Foundation's SBIR/STTR program.

It includes:

  • information and advice on getting registered so you can submit
  • preparing the components of your proposal for maximum impact
  • how to approach commercialization planning
  • navigating the submission process
  • and more!

Continental breakfast and lunch included.

2015-16 UP-2-NIH Informational Meeting

Informational meeting for prospective 2015-16 UNH participants – By invitation only

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Catalyst Seminar: Wrap-Up Celebration

We invite business owners, innovators, consultants, members of the UNH community, and anyone else to come together and enjoy an afternoon of sharing ideas, meeting new contacts, and celebrating another successful year of innovative speakers and valuable connections.

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Webinar: Developing a Corporate Export Management and Compliance Program (EMCP)

Developing and implementing an Export Management and Compliance Program can be a challenge. While you may create a manual that touches on all the correct points and subjects, implementing that manual on the ground may be more challenging than initially planned, especially if you are dealing with multiple sites, products, and ERP systems.

Webinar: Compliance at Trade Shows

Trade shows are required events allowing U.S. companies to showcase their products and introduce the company and products to the international market.   Showcasing its product at trade shows requires that a U.S. company prepare its employees for the export issues that will arise and are unique to trade shows.

Webinar: Considerations for Exporting to China

Please email Melissa McGee to confirm location, or see the UNH Sponsored Programs blog for updates.

It is no secret that China’s economy is one of the world’s largest and continues to grow.  Many American companies have started to, or want to, enter the Chinese market. 

Webinar: Site Visits, Enforcement Actions, and Voluntary Disclosures

Over the past few years, the most significant development in U.S. export control and economic sanctions enforcement has been the proliferation of vigorous administrative, civil and criminal enforcement.  While the U.S. Departments of State, Commerce, Treasury and Homeland Security have been aggressive with administrative and civil investigations and enforcement, the U.S.


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