Work Force Training Fund: Grant Money

May 6th, 2009 by Frank Damelio

CB035547Survival in this economy means having your team do more with less. Fewer financial resources, assets, and employees cannot be an excuse for lower productivity. Opportunity abounds for strong and lean companies in a weak economy.

How to get more with less? Invest in the skills of your team. Sales training for your sales force, presentation skills for your managers, team-building for your staff, etc.

Investing in touch times can be daunting. But for small businesses there is a MA Express Grant Program that will pay 1/2 of your training investment up to $15,000. It’s an easy three-page application that can be completed over your lunch break.

Click HERE to discover how

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3 Responses to “Work Force Training Fund: Grant Money”

  1. Team Building Says:

    I agree.. The success of your company depends on the teamwork being exhibited by your employees. If you invest for the development of your employees’ skills, they get to be updated with the latest strategies and techniques, and through team building activities to prevent staff burnout, then you are now on your way to success.

  2. Small Business Forum Says:

    Your blog has some great information for small businesses. Thanks for taking the time to share your knowledge!

  3. Hermila Macabeo Says:

    Thanks for the a new challenge you have disclosed in your short article. One thing I’d like to touch upon is that FSBO human relationships are built after a while. By bringing out yourself to owners the first saturday and sunday their FSBO is definitely announced, prior to the masses begin calling on Mon, you create a good network. By mailing them equipment, educational elements, free accounts, and forms, you become an ally. By using a personal curiosity about them and also their circumstance, you build a solid relationship that, oftentimes, pays off if the owners decide to go with an adviser they know in addition to trust – preferably you.

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