Inspiralia helps Boston tech startups in their search for funding opportunities

Our mission as a global consultancy firm is to help our clients develop their innovation either finding the funding they need, with the technical development of their product or with the commercial expansion to Europe and the Americas.

We made a visit to Greentown Labs (GTL) in Boston this June to contribute to its startup ecosystem by helping incubated companies achieve non-dilutive R&D federal funds for new product development with the goal of truly make an impact in the community. Boston is the fifth-best city in the world for technology startups, according to a new report from research group and accelerator Startup Genome.

Greentown Lab is a community of bold and passionate entrepreneurs creating energy technologies that transform the way we live, work, and play. As the biggest startup incubator for green and eco-friendly companies in the country (energy, environment, etc.), they have already supported more than 170 startups, and almost 90% of them are still operating.

We spent a day giving office hours at their venue. Four of the incubated companies did already chose us in 2018 to help them with their Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program applications, and two of them have already been granted with 3 SBIR Phase 1 in total so far ($425K), from three different Federal Agencies. We will start soon working on their SBIR Phase 2 applications in order to facilitate their access to around $1M per project. We will come back to GTL by the end of September to keep boosting the ecosystem with our consultancy know-how in non-dilutive public funding.

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2019-07-30T10:44:20+02:00 July 30th, 2019|0 Comments