Small business owners and people looking to start a small business can seek grant money from several sources including the federal government, development groups in their communities, state agencies and corporate entities. The federal government does not give grant money to new businesses.Continue Reading
Many grants target specific markets, allowing grant seekers to narrow down which grants are appropriate to their business or idea. State and federal agencies often use this method of distributing grant money to provide or improve specific services in areas where they are lacking or missing.
Community development groups seek out well-researched plans that are likely to add jobs to the local economy. Grant seekers focused on new innovations are likely to find grant money from corporations in search of new ideas.Learn more about Business Resources