Imbue Partners Launches Grant Writing Services

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Helping Massachusetts Businesses Win Grants from the Workforce Training Fund Program

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Imbue Partners has already helped a Massachusetts-based information services company secure a grant in excess of $200K.

Imbue Partners, a management consultancy helping clients drive sustainable growth through strategic planning and market execution, process design and building organizational capabilities, is now helping Massachusetts companies win grants from the state’s Workforce Training Fund Program (WTFP). Grant writing is the latest in a comprehensive suite of management consulting services offered by Imbue Partners.

Imbue Partners has already helped a Massachusetts-based information services company secure a grant in excess of $200K. These funds are being used for change management workshops and process redesign following a recent acquisition. One specific area of focus is creating Buyer and User Personas for the newly-acquired product portfolio.

“Often the biggest hurdle to improving business competitiveness is obtaining the funding for training” says Gretchen Hover, Managing Partner of Imbue Partners. “Other times, a company may not even know where its best opportunities are. Our new offering delivers both pieces of this puzzle, as well as the training itself.”

“Our new offering combines the ability to identify opportunities for improvement and deliver new skills with the expertise to write grants that win public funding” says Frank Hover, Partner of Imbue Partners, “it’s an end-to-end solution for the qualified high-growth Massachusetts enterprise.”

About Imbue Partners: Imbue Partners, a management consultancy collaborating with clients to drive sustainable growth through strategic planning and market execution, process design and building organizational capabilities. Founded in 2009, headquartered in Middleton, MA, Imbue Partners is an SBA certified Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB).

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