A Grant Mystery
I’m going to show you something really cool this week.
In my book 100 Golden Grant Rules, I write about Grant Delivery Agents (GDAs).
Don’t worry if you’ve never heard of them.
Here is all you need to know: GDAs deliver grant money ON BEHALF of the government to businesses.
Super cool, eh?
If you’ve been following my YouTube channel, I’ve interviewed three of GDAs so far, including the U of A, U of C and TECHNATION.
When I published those interviews to you, those agencies had MONEY TO GIVE AWAY and needed companies. Many of answered the call. Thank you!
In general, GDAs don’t seem to have a HUGE following (kind of like my YouTube channel), and they have a LIMITED time to disperse the money.
On top of that, I’m learning that many of them appear to struggle to get the word out.
Isn’t that crazy?
Think about what I just wrote: organizations have a hard time giving away free money.
I’m going to show you a RARE webpage with a list of GDAs for wage subsides.
I want to explain what’s going on, so I’ve created a video to help you understand and apply for wage subsidies. By the way, these have nothing to so with COVID-19 money. These are regular wage grants.
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“Hey David – the facts are that I did read your Ultimate Guide cover to cover in one early morning sitting recently, and I learned a tremendous amount about how to develop and execute a plan to position our company for the maximum amount of grants, most of which are certainly not on my radar. It made a huge impact on my thinking. Your value-add is readily apparent, and very much appreciated. Thank you for sharing these insights. Continue to impress us, please!”