Your Top 5 Questions About Fundingportal, Answered

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Fundingportal has 10 years’ experience helping businesses and organizations like yours to secure grants and government incentives. Over the past decade, many entrepreneurs and executives have come to us with the same questions about funding, and how they can get it. Here are the top 5 most popular questions, answered.

Q1: What is Fundingportal?
A: Fundingportal is a funding services and solutions provider serving businesses, advisors, organizations, and governments in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. We offer the services and software that will help you get funded.

Q2: What are grants?
A: Grants are a form of financial support that the Government provides to organizations for activities that meet eligibility criteria set by a funding program. These programs support specific commercial and industrial policy objectives.

Q3: Why use Fundingportal when I can look for grants myself and do my own grant writing?
A: Fundingportal takes time and complexity out of finding and securing funding. On average, businesses spend 12 days and $14,000 in out-of-pocket costs researching funds each year, compared to 2.4 hours and $5000 with Fundingportal. Our grant writing success rate is 94%.

Q4: Does Fundingportal charge success fees or practice contingency-based billing?
A: No, funders do not allow this type of compensation for grant writers, as opposed to their policy for tax credits. Fundingportal offers flat professional fees that are much more affordable than success fees.

Q5: What funding is out there for my business?
A: There are only two ways to find out:
(1) Try our self-service Fundsearch tool, or
(2) Order a custom professional Report on the top sources of funding for your projects.

Book a free consultation today to learn more about our Reports and grant writing services.



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