Business Plan needed for SBIR grant: Speech-language game for children with autism
Earth Rights Institute
We are seeking support for preparing a Commercialization Plan for a SBIR (Small Business Innovative Research) Phase 2 NIH grant proposal. The proposed study focuses on developing and testing Sing and Speak 4 Kids , an online music-based game to help children with autism develop their speech-language, produced by Edtech company iQsonics. CHOC (Children’s Hospital of Orange County) is the principal research partner and testing site.
As a telehealth product, SS4Kids is designed to support many families, teachers and therapists with COVID-19 requirements for distance/remote access to interventions.
This Early Childhood Music-based Language Development Program is under the fiscal sponsorship of the non-profit sponsor Earth Rights Institute.
iQsonics / Sing and Speak 4 Kids https://www.SingandSpeak4Kids.com
Earth Rights Institute (fiscal sponsor) https://www.earthrightsinstitute.org/about-4/sponsorships/121-iqsonics
CHOC Thompson Autism Center https://www.choc.org/programs-services/autism/
Writing a Good Commercialization Plan: Suggestions for SBIR/STTR Applicants https://sbir.nih.gov/sites/default/files/ic_nida/Commercialization-Plan_clean.docx
The 12-page Commercialization Plan needed will provide description of each of the following areas:
- Value of the SBIR Project, Expected Outcomes, and Impacts
- Company Overview
- Market, Customer, and Competition Analysis
- Intellectual Property (IP) Protection
- Finance Plan
- Production and Marketing Plan
- Revenue Stream
Much of this Commercialization Plan has already been developed, but we need a skilled business person to help fill in the holes and formalize the presentation, which is due at the end of December, 2020. A first draft of the plan is expected by the end of November.
Experience in designing succinct, successful Business Proposals, preferably with an MBA or practical experience in business development
Ability to work with a team, good communication skills
Availability to begin work online immediately through December
Approximately 5-10 hours/week
Preference for experience in IT, SAAS, edtech, education, health or related industries.
Send intro letter and resume to:
David Sonnenschein firstname.lastname@example.org
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