Secure $500,000 in Texas State Grants for Workforce Training
Did you know your company is now eligible to receive up to $500,000 in new grants to cover costs associated with your employee training program?
The funds are part of a $45 million grant from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and Texas employers can receive up to $2,000 per W-2 employee ($500,000 maximum). The program is available until funds run out.
Join this complimentary webinar to help you get started on your application. EIAG and Intertek Alchemy have helped businesses secure millions of dollars in job training grants and other business incentives across the United States.
During the webinar, we’ll discuss:
- How to get assistance to apply for the Texas grants and maximize your award amount
- A review and explanation of requirements
- Ways to use the grants with Intertek Alchemy solutions to improve your training and engagement programs.
Partner, Economic Incentives Advisory Group
Bryant Colman is the Managing Principal of Economic Incentives Advisory Group (EIAG). EIAG has helped businesses secure over $700 million in job training grants and other business incentives across the United States.
EIAG focuses on helping companies identify job training grants and other financial incentives. EIAG then helps their clients apply for the funding, and most importantly manage the government reporting to remain in compliance with the grant and incentive programs.
During the past twenty years, Bryant and members of his firm have uncovered government funding for many of the Fortune 100 Companies as well as hundreds of regional and single location companies. He has served on the Board of Directors of many organizations including Canyon Angels, The Humane Society and global health organizations. He has been a featured speaker at HR and Finance Forums to discuss how companies can leverage government funding to upskill their workforce.
Senior Industry Analyst, Intertek Alchemy
Dante Dominick wears many hats for Intertek Alchemy. He has a long history of analyzing the market and collecting valuable industry data to help manufacturing leaders make informed operational decisions. Over the past 5 years, Dante has worked with hundreds of manufacturers and processers of all sizes. In his spare time, you can find Dante playing with his 7-month old puppy, Ollie, and helping around his wife’s busy art studio.
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