Led to key strategic alliance(s) with other firm(s)

Led to new business segments of the firm and/or spin-offs

Enabled hiring or retention of key professionals/technical staff

Other benefits: _____ <text> ______________(explain)

Comments: <text> ________________________________________________

  1. Commercial Products

    Have you had commercial sales, products, processes, or services (excluding any government R&D grants) that you would attribute, directly or indirectly, to one or more NSF SBIR grants? <Y/N> Yes___ No___

    In your opinion, if there had there been no SBIR program, would the product, process, or service been developed? If so, within the same time frame? (Use table below.)

    Please list in the table below each product, service, or process developed that has generated revenues of at least $100,000, and describe each briefly under “Comments.” Please show estimates of sales for each product, service, or process, accounting accuracy not needed. (Do not include R&D or IP revenues here.)

Product / Product Line

Year SBIR Phase II Start

Year First Sales

Develop Anyway (Y/N)

Within Same Time Frame (Y/N)

Estimate Sales in Current FY

Estimate Cumulative Sales

<text>

<year>

<dollars>

<Y/N>

<Y/N>

<dollars>

<dollars>

<text>

<year>

<dollars>

<Y/N>

<Y/N>

<dollars>

<dollars>

Comments (including product descriptions): <text>

_________________________________________________________________

________________________________________________________________

  1. Company Sales

    Please provide some information on your company sales and those sales that relate to SBIR. Please identify specific sources of revenue, and if confidential, only identify by category and not name the entity.

    List major/significant customers for NSF/SBIR-related products, services, or processes under “Comments.”



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