Grow Wisconsin – this is a new network of writers grants on the Internet, which show that cooperation brings good luck, reminding us that no matter how your grant determines the profit all grant proposals must determine how you will measure the results.
Only a year, Grow Wisconsin, – a group of 18 writers grants, working with businesses and non-profit organizations to bring thousands of dollars in Wisconsin. In the area, rich non-profit managers and employees, this group of writers with grants & # 39 is unique because most of them work in business firms and focused on profitable grants. Most of the financing opportunities that they tend to make up the SBIR (Small Business grants from the federal Small Business Administration) and the support of the Wisconsin Department of Commerce for the Wisconsin business that is looking for funding.
Their position for profit means that the authors of Grow Wisconsin grants should include in their proposals a strong commercialization or sale. They can not simply create a product offer, they also have to prove that they can sell it. Authors noncommercial grants can relate to this concept, as they try to prove that the program is not only to meet the immediate needs, but also to build a more sustainable solution to the problem.
Cultivation of Wisconsin found in customer service around the southern Wisconsin, and although the network has been valuable for the members of Grow Wisconsin, it will inevitably flock to benefit its customers.
Laura Richey, a consultant and a member of Gross Wisconsin, said: "These writers and consultants – experienced professionals Any firm that competes for federal funds, would be interested in listening to their advice and pieces to discuss specific customers, but we share a variety of useful tips and.. background information. at our last meeting, I found suggestions that resulted in savings of starter intake in excess of 8000.00 dollars just on account of the setting. "
Their group of & # 39 is a fertile breeding ground for partnership. Some of the members & # 39 are technical experts in a certain area, while others have many years mastering grant writing skills. Combining these different knowledge in the team, they hope to not only improve the quality of their offerings to their customers, but also to create for themselves more business. Of course, a win-win situation!
Anyone who currently has a grant services in Wisconsin could join them monthly meetings, sending a request to email@example.com. Their website http://www.GrowWisconsin.org