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SBIR/STTR Accounting For Your Startup: What You NEED To Know!

  • Mansfield Bio-Incubator 241 Francis Avenue Mansfield, MA, 02048 United States (map)

The Mansfield Bio-Incubator invites you to a Lunch and Learn Event on

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

SBIR/STTR Accounting For Your Startup: What You NEED To Know!

11:30 am - 1:00 pm

at the Mansfield Bio-Incubator
241 Francis Avenue
Mansfield, MA 02048


Lunch will be served. 


Your small business, understanding and preparing your accounting for recordkeeping and reporting are imperative. Realizing that every small business, SBIR awardee or not, generates a wealth of information, this event will help pre-award and awardees see beyond the numbers and shed light on useful data to provide guidance in making effective business decisions ranging from general strategy to development initiatives.


George G. Moker, CPA
Moker CPA, A Division of Ambrosi Donahue Congdon
Director of Entrepreneurship Programs at Suffolk University - Boston

Speaker Biography:

George is a certified public accountant (CPA) with more than 25 years in public accounting and commercial business. From his experience in helping awardees from all agencies, he has developed training manuals, workshops and seminars in the recordkeeping and reporting compliance areas of government contracting. George earned a master's degree in business administration (MBA) from Suffolk University where he currently serves as Director of Entrepreneurship Programs as well as being a member of the entrepreneurship faculty. George served in senior management positions in the private sector, including roles as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations in an aerospace support company that provided metrology products and services to the Department of Defense and NASA. George has successfully assisted multiple companies in commercializing and growing their operations. One of his most notable success stories came when assisting his client SmartCells, Inc. as they were acquired by Merck & Company, Inc. for over $500 million. George continues to work with start-ups of various sizes and in various industries.

Who Should Attend

Anyone interested in receiving an SBIR/STTR award, or has received an award and looking down the road to commercialization.

Key Takeaways

  • How to have an adequate accounting system under SBIR/STTR requirements

  • An understanding of the grant requirements

  • How to record labor distribution and timekeeping

  • What indirect rates are

  • How to pass a government agency audit