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Is 2010 Your Year for an NASE Business Development Grant?

Monday, February 01, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson -Since 2006, the NASE has awarded over $400,000 to member businesses who have a specific business need, but lack the finances to carry out that goal.  If your business could use some access to capital in 2010, you may be in luck - the NASE's Business Development Grant program is now accepting applications for 2010 awards!

To be eligible for an NASE grant, you must:
  • Be an NASE Member in good standing
  • Demonstrate a business need that could be fulfilled by the grant
  • Provide a detailed explanation of how you will use the grant proceeds
  • Show how the grant will improve your business growth and success
  • Offer supporting documentation such as a résumé and business plan
Learn more about the grant program and how to apply at NASE.org.

Read about the 2009 grant recipients here.

NASE Business Development Grants are awarded at the sole discretion of the NASE. Unfortunately, not everyone who applies will receive a grant. Decisions of the selection committee are final and are not subject to appeal. No application feedback will be given.

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