In4Grants Can Turn Grant-Eligible Organizations into Grant-Competitive Ones

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Just because an organization is eligible, doesn't mean it's competitive in the grants world.

A new grant solicitation hits the inbox. There, in black and white, is the list of eligible applicants: Public universities. Small businesses. County governments. Native American tribes. So of course the next step is to apply for that grant, right?

Not necessarily.

Navigating the grant world is a complex endeavor, and it’s crucial to gather detailed information before spending hundreds of hours writing a grant application that may never pan out. Infoready Corp. has published a new whitepaper that can help grant-seeking organization distinguish themselves in the competitive world of grant funding. Titled “Just Because You’re Eligible Doesn’t Mean You’re Competitive,” the whitepaper can be found at

Through its webinars and whitepapers designed specifically for institutions seeking government grants, InfoReady Corp. has identified several ways those institutions can identify grants that are more appropriate for them so they can ultimately be more successful:

  •     Identifying the priorities of grant-giving agencies.
  •     Matching research projects to the goals and priorities of granting institutions.
  •     Learning what types of research projects have successfully earned grants in the past.
  •     Seeking out the people who can help fine-tune a specific grant proposal.
  •     Finding out who they are up against in a competitive market — or locate potential collaborators.

Infoready Corp. believes that by loading up on information beforehand, a grant-seeking organization can move to the head of the pack even before its grant-writing team puts words on paper. The competition for grants continues to get stiffer, and in this day and age it’s just not enough to be eligible. To find out more about how to become competitive for grants, visit

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