Here at Tsaks Grant Writing we have extensive experience drafting applications for the Australian Acceleration Commercialisation Grant. These grants have been awarded to businesses in a range of different industries, and are suitable for established businesses or start-ups with strong credibility and a solid growth model. Our team is experienced in helping clients apply for a range of grants including the acceleration commercialization grant.
Here are three tips for drafting successful grant applications:
It’s important that you use the terminology provided in the EOI or grant. The assessment panel likes hearing its own words and way of speaking. In addition, if you are presenting a complex business model with patents etc, simple terminology or infographics to describe these complex models are important.
If they allow 2500 words, write 2,500 words. Detail is important. It demonstrates you have an understanding of your product or service and a clear plan for the future. For grants such as the acceleration commercialisation grant, it’s important to address the requirements carefully and ensure that you understand the grant and its criteria. Keep note that you must remain objective-focused, meaning you must use precise language and sentence structure that is relevant for the grant application.
Most grants will ask you for an estimate of the money you require and a budget. You must have the capacity to not only outline your budget needs and why, but also any other expenses you think you may incur. It is important to note your costs down and plan accordingly to avoid going over budget and incurring unnecessary expenses.
The professional team at Tsaks Consulting has over 10 years of combined experience in Grant writing and believes that a hard work ethic combined with knowledge of both grant and client is the key to success. In addition to this, we have extensive experience with the Acceleration Commercialisation Grant and can provide you not only the initial service of an exemplary grant proposal but also provide you with the frameworks necessary for you to write similar proposals in the future.
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