Friday, October 24, 2014
President of 'Invest Detroit' Shares Information About All the Funds Available to Help Detroit Entrepreneurs
Recently, in an interview with Invest Detroit President David Blaszkiewicz by Crain's Detroit Business Magazine, Mr. Blaszkiewicz took the time to explain many of the programs included in Invest Detroit that entrepreneurs can seek out for funding. The Invest Detroit Foundation's $20 million in funds supports a broad range of businesses. Here are just a few of the key points that entrepreneurs should know about Invest Detroit.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Requests for grants are reviewed quarterly. Eligible organizations must be nonprofit, tax-exempt organizations whose global programs help improve the health and well being of children under 18. All organizations who apply for a grant must already be self-sustaining. Funding can be requested to support specific programs.
Sunday, October 19, 2014
The program will provide reimbursement for eligible expenses for small companies located in Nebraska. Eligible expenses include those related to participation in export-related activities. This can include trade missions, international sales trips, participating in U.S. Department of Commerce business matchmaking programs, and international advertising and marketing that requires the use of translating and printing services.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
Business Start-Up and Expansion Grant Offers the Best of Both Worlds for Small Businesses in Alabama
The program is being offered by Alabama A&M, Auburn and Tuskegee Universities who formed The Virtual Entrepreneurship Center (VEC), an online entrepreneurship certification program. The certification program is required to complete before applying for a grant. The purpose of the certification program is to ensure that entrepreneurs develop the skills and knowledge needed in order to become successful entrepreneurs. The certification program is free and takes about one month to complete.
Friday, October 10, 2014
Awards will be based on four categories with one winner in each category: IT hardware/software, Defense and Security, Life Sciences and Sustainability and Exploration.
Monday, October 6, 2014
For the third consecutive year, ADP Canada is launching it's annual Small Business Grant Contest. Small businesses in Canada who have up to 99 employees have an opportunity to win a $10,000 small business grant.
Thursday, October 2, 2014
Here are 4:
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
State Farm focuses on two areas of grant making: safety and education. State Farm is now taking applications from non-profit organizations and others whose programs align with their grant criteria.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
What GM funds
GM provides grants up to $20,000 and over to non-profit organizations whose work falls within GM funding guidelines. This includes education, health and human services, environment and community development. Businesses who apply for grant money must be prepared to clearly define their mission and goals and how they meet grant guidelines.
Monday, September 22, 2014
Small (50 or fewer employees) businesses or agricultural producers in Vermont who have programs or processes that improve the environment or conserve energy may apply for the grant. The recent grants totaling $121,855 include federal funds that cover up to 25 percent of project costs. It will be matched with more than $360,000 in other funding.