MBA1664 Are Government Grants Worth Applying For?

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Most national and state governments offer grants to businesses.

Where’s yours?

Today, we share our experience applying for grants. How much time and effort do you really have to invest? How much money? And of course…is it remotely worth it?

We’ll discuss the best ways to find out what grants are available in your country and industry, and how to apply in a way that increases your odds of success. Spoiler alert: it might be worth enlisting some help.

You could be leaving (public) money on the table. Click Play!

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