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New Webinar on “Making your SBIR/STTR Funds go Farther”

EGC’s Founder and CEO, Dr. Eva Garland and Director of Accounting and Compliance, Bethany Hong, CPA, present a webinar entitled: “Making Your SBIR/STTR Funds Go Farther: How to Develop a Budget and Manage your Award”. The webinar covers topics including: Critical Components of the SBIR/STTR BudgetDirects, Indirects, Fee – what does it all mean?Variations between […]

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EGC Expands Leadership Team

EGC has appointed Jenna Borders as Vice President of Human Resources and General Counsel, effective February 14, 2022. Ms. Borders will lead the company’s human resources and legal divisions, and will provide strategic guidance in support of EGC’s future growth. Prior to joining EGC, Ms. Borders was a partner at Wyrick Robbins. She holds a […]

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TBJ Highlights EGC’s Impact

In an “Executive Voice” profile of our founder, Dr. Eva Garland, the Triangle Business Journal has highlighted EGC’s commitment and success in helping to advance science through our expertise in securing and managing grant funding. The full article is available here.

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EGC Named to Inc. 5000 List

EGC is proud to have maintained our position as one of the fastest growing privately-owned companies in the United States by securing a spot on the Inc. 5000 list for the fourth consecutive year. We are grateful to our employees and clients who have contributed to the firm’s rapid growth, and who remain dedicated to […]

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Cracking the NIH SBIR/STTR Code: Insights from a Reviewer

Join us for a free Webinar on “Cracking the NIH SBIR/STTR Code: Insights from a Reviewer”, presented by EGC’s Scientific Consultants Dr. Angie Pollard, a seasoned NIH SBIR Panel review member, and Dr. Shweta Dambal, an expert in helping companies secure NIH SBIR/STTR funding. Understanding the intricacies of the grant review process can make the […]

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Interview with USDA’s SBIR Program Officer

SBIRLand, powered by Eva Garland Consulting (EGC), presents a monthly interview exploring SBIR-related topics. This month, Dr. Stacey Lee, a Scientific Consultant at EGC, had an informative conversation with Melinda Coffman, the SBIR/STTR Program officer at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). In a podcast posted on SBIRLand.com, Stacey and Melinda discuss how entrepreneurs can […]

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Eva Garland Consulting Recognized as One of NC’s Best Compliance Companies

Eva Garland Consulting (EGC) is proud to have been named one of North Carolina’s 18 Best Compliance Companies by Daily Finance. According to Daily Finance, the startups and companies on the list are taking various approaches to innovating the Compliance industry, and companies were selected based on exceptional performance in one of these four categories: […]

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Demystifying the NSF SBIR STTR Proposal Process

Experience is critical when developing a successful NSF SBIR/STTR application. Come learn from the best in the field and have all your questions answered by our experts!  Topics that will be covered are: Project Pitch Critical Components of the Proposal Budget Considerations Tips for Success Managing your Phase I Award         …and […]

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Interview with SBIR Award Winner Transmural Systems

Dr. Eva Garland, CEO of Eva Garland Consulting talks to Kathleen Pizzuti, Co-Founder of Transmural Systems. Transmural has successfully leveraged over $10 million in SBIR funding to advance the development of their cardiovascular technologies. In the podcast, Kathleen provides insight into how the Transmural team grew their company from a true basement start-up into a […]

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Interview with Brittany Sickler, SBIR Person of the Year

Dr. Stacey Lee, a Scientific Consultant at EGC, had the pleasure of interviewing Brittany Sickler, Senior Innovation Policy Advisor at U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and the SBIR Person of the Year for 2019. In a podcast posted on SBIRLand.com, Stacey and Brittany discuss how entrepreneurs can grow their businesses by leveraging SBIR/STTR funding.

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