It's easier than you think.
When someone plans to put up a business, one of the many worries is cash for the business' capital.
This is true even if you're putting up an internet business or a physical business office. Many entrepreneurs find raising of funds as an arduous task. Building the inventory, paying for registration fees, renting or purchasing space, and purchasing the needed equipments require working capital.
One of the key sources of capital is a government entrepreneur grant. There are many ways to raise business capital. Since entrepreneurs are hard working individuals, they will not stop until they're able to raise the needed amount of capital. They can seek assistance from friends and family members, relatives, banks, and personal savings.
Most entrepreneurs on the other hand prefer to search for venture capitalists. Aside from those mentioned earlier, a government entrepreneur grant is one of the most excellent options to raise business capital.
The government gives grants to qualified entrepreneurs that would serve as financial assistance. There are different grant making agencies in the country, depending on where you reside. These agencies have grant programs that you can avail as long as you're qualified. The US federal government, for example, is willing to spend about $400 billion for the government entrepreneur grants. The best way to look for entrepreneur grants is through the internet.
If you find it hard to do it online because you're not familiar with it, you can always ask your local government for information regarding the grants. Grants are given for many purposes and for starting a business you must choose an entrepreneur grant. If you're lucky enough, you can find grants that offer business consultation, loans, and services for free. Oftentimes, local governments award entrepreneur grants to businesses that can potentially hire more employees.
Economic development is very important for every country. The economic conditions are unpredictable and volatile and so every country needs all the help it can get to improve its overall standing. Businesses are the major contributors to the success of the economy and so the government is always willing to extend the needed financial aid.
Some entrepreneurs are hesitant to get assistance from the government. But if you're one of those entrepreneurs with capital problems, don't hesitate to ask help from the government. The government has a huge fund allocation for the grants. If you want to know more about the government grants, you can simply log on to the internet and search for these entrepreneur grants.
Before an entrepreneur decides to put up a business, he conducts a lot of studies to determine if the business is feasible or not. If he can prove the feasibility of his business proposal, the government will immediately provide the needed capital assistance through the entrepreneur grants. If the working capital that you've raised from family, relatives, and friends are insufficient, try to contact the local government and ask for the requirements in order to avail the government entrepreneur grant. You can either do this online or you can visit the physical office of the local government of your state or country.
For those who qualify, you will provide all the important papers and receive the amount that you need. After that, you can already start your business. If the business is successful, you can already earn huge profits.
A Government Entrepreneur Grant News
2013-12-04Times of IndiaKarnataka grants funds for innovative ideasTimes of IndiaThe state government's initiative is in collaboration with three universities in California and TiE (The Indus Entrepreneurs) Silicon Valley chapter, and is part of the San Francisco-Bangalore Sister City Initiative. Kumar Malavalli, one of the richest ...and more »
2013-12-04South Windsor Officials Eye STEAP Grant for Old Post Office ProjectPatch.comThe Town Council will soon consider whether to apply for a second Small Town Economic Assistance Program grant to put toward renovating the old post office into an emergency operations center and business incubator space. The town has already secured ...and more »
2013-12-04Dallas Entrepreneur Center announces new partnerships, projectsDallas Business JournalThe government office initially planned to have a full-time office in Dallas, but after it was challenged by federal budget cuts under sequestration, the move was put on hold. The new ... The City of Dallas contributed a $200,000 grant to aid in the ...and more »
2013-12-04National PostJohn Ivison: Tories would be incensed by $548M in partisan ad spending if they ...National PostFederal government makes promises to act on entrepreneurs' needs · Michael Den Tandt: The faltering 'middle class' is a real issue, regardless of who wins the next election. The government argues the money spent on ... In order to qualify for taxpayer ...and more »
2013-12-04'Civic Hacker' Wins Grant to Fix Outdoor Recreation SiteFox BusinessDifficult-to-use government websites may be a dime a dozen – but one California entrepreneur says it doesn't have to be the case. HipCamp.com founder Alyssa Ravasio won this year's Ideation Nation “civic hacking” competition, snagging the $5,000 prize ...and more »
2013-12-04The Karnataka government has created a fund of Rs 20 crore that will be used to provide grants of $30,000 (Rs 18 lakh) each to innovative ideas.
2013-12-04Ideation Nation winner Alyssa Ravasio’s startup HipCamp.com is trying to make it easier for people to book camping sites – without having to use difficult government websites.
New Public/Private Partnership, Tandem NSI, Will Connect Greater Washington, DC Entrepreneurs with Government Agencies ...
2013-12-03Amplifier Ventures and Arlington Economic Development (AED) launch a public/private partnership to connect entrepreneurs and Federal agencies to commercialize national security technologies. (PRWeb December 03, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/12/prweb11388947.htm
2013-11-09HONG KONG - The Hong Kong government has averted a legislative vote that would have forced a rare probe into its decision to grant TV licences to companies controlled by billionaires Li Ka-shing and Peter Woo but not to start-up entrepreneur Ricky Wong. Still, the dispute has raised questions about "black-box policymaking", Beijing interference and preferential treatment of tycoons - and these ...
2013-12-02NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon is working on a way to get packages to customers in 30 minutes or less — via self-guided drone.
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