Eighteen Ventures consulting services are designed to help health technology entrepreneurs achieve three things:
1 ) Establish and build prosperous small businesses.
( 2 ) Prepare responsive, successful Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I proposals and win seed grants for the
development of innovative, marketable, problem solving health and medical technologies.
( 3 ) Attract and acquire private investment growth capital from Venture Capitalists, Business Angels and Corporate
Business Plan Development
The business plan is a strategic document that indicates how a health technology startup intends
to execute its company’s business development functions, e.g. marketing, management and finance, and accomplish long-term
success. We work with our clients to produce a business plan that helps entrepreneurs implement their business development
functions, resulting in gaining marketshare, generating consistent revenues and reaching profitability.
Business Model Development
This service helps health technology entrepreneurs build a business case for their proposed inventive technology
solutions. Specifically, we work with clients to research and develop a business model that demonstrates how a company plans
to derive value, e.g., generate revenues, gain marketshare and earn profits, from their proposed novel technology solutions.
Small Business Innovation Research
(SBIR) Phase I Proposal Development
Targeting six different participating federal agencies, we help health technology entrepreneurs use business
strategy development documents, e.g., market research analysis, business model and business plan, to prepare effective SBIR
Phase I proposals and win seed grants for the development of innovative medical or health technology solutions.
federal agencies are:
National Institutes of Health (NIH)
National Science Foundation (NSF)
U.S. Department of Defense (DOD)
U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Department of Education (ED)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Pre-SBIR Phase I Proposal Development Service
This service helps health technology entrepreneurs save time
producing successful funding documents by establishing a permanent Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I proposal
Our Pre-SBIR Phase I proposal development service helps health technology entrepreneurs build, establish
and utilize an enduring system that consistently generates effective, responsive winning proposals. More importantly, it helps entrepreneurs acquire seed grants, from six participating sponsoring
federal agencies, to develop innovative, commercial problem solving healthcare solutions and grow a thriving small business. The specific service performance includes (1)
working with entrepreneurs to construct a structure that contains all the necessary SBIR Phase I proposal development components
and (2) training the clients how to effectively use the system for maximum results.
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