Join Jameson at the National SBIR/STTR Spring Innovation Conference

April 4, 2018 / Ed Jameson / Blog Posts
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The National SBIR/STTR Conference is May 14-16 in Anaheim, California and will be held in conjunction with the TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo.

If you are a small business considering non-dilutive funding to develop your business and fund your R&D, this is the most influential event of the year and is not to be missed. Over four days, you’ll have the opportunity to interact with representatives from all 11 federal funding agencies, industry leaders, and veteran awardees.

LEARN HOW JAMESON’S INSIGHTS CAN KEEP YOU OUT OF TROUBLE

Once again, ed has been selected as the SBIR accounting expert to present at the SBIR/STTR conference. We’re honored to have this opportunity to explain the imperative, game-changing nature of good accounting practices on your grants and contracts.

Join us, Monday May 14th, from 1-3 p.m. for an SBIR Accounting Basics Workshop and on Tuesday, May 15th from 3 to 3:40, when Ed moderates a panel on the accounting requirements of accepting Government Funding.

STOP BY OUR BOOTH AND EXPERIENCE JAMESONWORX

This year, we’ll be introducing an innovative, mobile-friendly platform designed to increase your visibility into your business’s key performance indicators.  Stop by our booth to see how it can help you.

SCHEDULE A ONE-ON-ONE MEETING

If you have questions about your government contract and grant accounting and would like a private, one-on-one meeting, please contact Ryan@Jamesoncpa.com to set one up.

REGISTER. AND SAVE.

To register for the SBIR/STTR Spring Innovation Conference, visit the event website.

As a Supporting Partner, we can offer you a 10% off discounted rate. Please use our code when you register: 18JAMESCPA

 

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