Project aims to improve Oklahoma entrepreneurs’ success at winning grants
i2E and the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology launched a program aimed at increasing Oklahoma’s woeful ranking in the securing of federal grants for entrepreneurs.
Editor’s Note: With the broadest entrepreneur-related mission in the state, i2E writes about what’s happening in Oklahoma’s entrepreneurial ecosystem with a shared emphasis on our successes and our challenges.
Imagine that you are a researcher in a university setting or an entrepreneur with an outstanding innovative idea you believe will solve a big problem for a huge market.
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