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Website lists top Business Grant opportunities for 2012

Posted by Admin On November - 30 - 2011


Nationwide (BlackNews.com) — As business loans become harder to obtain, more entrepreneurs are turning to business grants for funding. In response to this, the National Institute of Small Business Grants has published a listing of the top opportunities for 2012 via their web site at www.BusinessGrants.org

It’s actually a compilation of small business grants, non-profit grants, and contract funding opportunities, but all of them are legit. Each of the grants are funded either by a federal or state government agency or by a reputable corporate foundation. The web site also features a weekly blog, a listing of popular resources, and many how-to articles – such as how to write grant proposals.

About BusinessGrants.org

Launched in 2008 as the official online resource for real and legit business funding opportunities, BusinessGrants.org is produced by The National Institute of Small Business Grants – a global network of contributors that specialize in business finance education. The site supplies information via the internet that empowers prospective and existing small business owners, enabling them to know what their financial options are.

For more details, visit www.BusinessGrants.org

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