Columbus, OH (PRWEB) June 30, 2008
In a time of economic difficulties for American families and businesses, banks and financial institutions are doing less and less to help. Just recently MSNBC news reported that credit card companies are decreasing and canceling the spending limits of millions of their credit card holders.
In addition, banks have tightened up their criteria for applicants applying for mortgage, signature and business loans - so much, that denied applications are at a record high.
The Global Institute of Small and Minority Business Grants has created a web site, Business-Grants.com, to help education entrepreneurs about their options for business grants. Grants are monetary aids given to business owners and entrepreneurs by non-profit organizations, private corporations, and local and federal government agencies.
The web site, accompanied with a free e-book, offers free training about business grants, and targets small business owners of any ethnic background and minority business owners that are African American, Hispanic, Asian, and Native American. Essentially, the training was created for everyone that is not an owner of a large corporation.
The web site offers a detailed discussion of what business grants are, why they exist, how to find them, how to apply for them, and what the potential disadvantages are. It also features a listing of valuable resources (organizations, books, etc.) for individuals that are interested in obtaining a business grant.
The site utilizes compelling video clips, pictures, diagrams, and flow charts, to help individuals who learn better visually.
Interested ones can access the free training and e-book by visiting: