*** Special Offer - Buy 1, Get 2 *** This bundle is designed to help nonprofit organizations and businesses to craft proposals for grants from foundations, companies, and government agencies. This is a comprehensive guide to locating and winning available grants. Do you also have a new or established business that is seeking partners, shareholders, investors or a bank loan? If so, you have probably been asked to submit a business plan. If your first reaction was to cringe in fear, this booklet is for you! Many people feel that writing a business plan is daunting and that the only option is to hire a contractor to draft it, but this book will lead you step through step of the process in easy-to-understand manner. This book breaks the task of business plan writing down into simple steps- each with practical examples you can use to write each component. The examples in the report come from a business plan that was successfully funded by a banking institution. It also contains work-sheets and charts that will make projective budgets and competitor analysis a snap. It can be used for any type of business, nonprofit or for-profit. Using this method, you can assemble a business planning team that will help you draft a successful document. Not only is writing a business plan a great tool to help you entice partners to invest in your company, it also instills in the team members a sense of pride and ownership in the business, and helps create a product a a great business plan- that everyone is eager to share with the public. Open the bundle and find: - How to format the grant application? - How to perform an effective research for available grants? - Tips to make contacts with grant giving organizations - How to write a winning cover letter? - Samples of winning grants - How to draft a proposed budget? - Detailed breakdown for the parts of a grant - And much more! This information was assembled by a graduate of the Small Business Association Certification Program at Grand Valley State University, in partnership with the United States Small Business Association. Grab your copy now! About the author: Michael Bush has over 30 years of grant writing experience, working as a top administrator for nonprofits. He has been on a state educational grant selection committee, and have worked for Senator Levin's office as a trainer for nonprofits in the area of nonprofit acquisition and grant writing.It is important to produce job descriptions for all key positions, and add as an attachment at the end of the business plan. ... The direct supervisor of the thrift store is Mary Brown, Director of Consumer Support Services at The Company, Inc .
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