Government Grants to Start a Business

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Get government grants to start a business by developing a business that lacks technological advancements and requires resources that will help the community. Find applications for government grants on the Internet and at the town hall with advice from a marketing and sales manager in this free video on business.

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Hi, my name is Mark, and we're going to look at how you can gain governmental support for starting a business. Grants. There are many forms of government initiatives to encourage certain types of operations -- to become a teacher, to become a scientist, to become a rock climber. There are many different things -- many different skills -- that are required in the community that may be are missing and, therefore, the government raises initiatives -- grants -- in order to gain more specialists in those particular areas. You have to think about the area that you're working in and whether or not it's an area that there's a lack of supply or maybe there are new technical advancements or something that basically is missing and required by the community. And if that is the case, you might find that the government is prepared to offer some form of financial support for your particular set of skills, or to go along and develop your skills or learn a new skill. For example, teachers are in short supply these days, and the government will offer a fee for completing a course or for...or for teaching within a certain community. There are many forms of initiatives where, really, there's a lack of or a need for a skill. So these are the areas that you need to focus on if you want to get some financial support. And of course, in terms of where you find the information, governmental websites, newsletters, go into the town hall, ask the questions, and you'll find that there are various initiatives available for particular skill sets.


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