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Free government grant resources

Below is a list of free resources you can use to help you find government grants, prepare for your meeting with the grant agency, and write a winning application.

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There IS grant money waiting for YOU!

BUT if you step in a “grant trap,” your application is a NO! Learn the FIVE most common errors to AVOID in government grants! Get the 5 Grant Gotchas now to save you countless hours.

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3 steps to winning a government grant

If you’re new to grants, we recommend you start with our free PDF, which outlines the three simple steps you MUST take in order to be seen as a serious grant applicant. Knowing these three steps will make the difference between winning and losing, so don’t miss out!

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Governmentese │November 2 of 2 Hi Everyone, Grant interview alert! This week I interviewed Katelyn Gannon. She is the program coordinator for the Strive 4 Work [...]

Governmentese │November 1 of 2

Governmentese │November 1 of 2 Hi Everyone, Grant season is on. Given the rapid-testing pilot at the Calgary airport, I've included export grants below. Keep [...]

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Want to know the ins and outs of government grants?

To help businesses of all sizes understand how grants work — and how to win one — we created The Government Grant Podcast, which features interviews with grant agencies, clients who have won and lost grants, and plenty of actionable tips that can help you win a grant the first time you apply.

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