No Resources? No Time?
Securing Government Grants for Training Is Easier Than You Think!
Wednesday, January 29th|
12pm – 1pm CST
Every year, over $80 billion in government job training funds and other incentives are left unclaimed. Some companies are simply unaware that employee training grants even exist, and some let the opportunity sail by because they are intimidated by the grant application process. Do you fall into one of these categories? You’re not alone!
You may not be aware of the funds out there because there is little to no marketing for these types of programs. And, sometimes companies feel it is easier to not apply because they do not have a dedicated resource to manage the process. Taking steps towards learning how to navigate the world of grants can have a powerful impact on your bottom line, as it offsets the cost of employee training. You can be reimbursed on training expenses such as salaries, technology used to train employees, and supplies. That’s a lot of money!
Join the Economic Incentives Advisory Group (EIAG) and Intertek Alchemy as we help you:
- Understand the importance of an employee training program
- Identify if training grant programs are right for your company
- Explore resources available to assist you in the application and administration processes
- Learn how other companies have benefited from training grants
Bryant W. Colman, Managing Principal — Economic Incentives Advisory Group
Bryant Colman is the Managing Principal of Economic Incentives Advisory Group (EIAG), a national consulting company with the rare distinction of securing over $800 million in business incentives. Bryant has been in the incentives and corporate site selection industry since 1994 working on projects for companies such as West Corporation, IBM, Home Depot, Budget, Albertsons, Dell, LifePoint Health, Advanced Bionics, etc. Bryant’s accomplishments include being an original member of ITax Group, the first incentives company to develop a technology to screen employees for hiring related tax credits; being a founding member of the team that developed the Labor Analytics Model used in corporate site selection; and securing an incentives package over $275M for a single tax payer.