$2,500 for early innovation travel grants
by Chris Huston, Green & Gold News |
The Alaska Foundational Innovation Corps program (I-Corps) is seeking new participants who could benefit from a $2,500 travel grant to conduct market research for their idea.
Ideas can be in the very early stages; often this is better. Ideas with a technical or technology-enabled component are preferred, but all proposals are welcome. Every applicant receives a free entrepreneurial consulting call with the University of Alaska’s entrepreneur-in-residence and will be offered access to further resources.
Grants are awarded year-round on a first-come, first-served basis to about 20 teams a year. Priority is given to University of Alaska individuals or teams, but are open to anyone in Alaska.