For small and mid-sized businesses cash is their lifeblood. The Organization for Entrepreneurial Development is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that was founded to serve small and medium sized, entrepreneurial businesses in the United States.
OED’s efforts are geared to helping businesses and their owners thrive (not just survive) by making available to them the resources necessary to establish, grow, maintain and exit from their businesses.
Since cash is the lifeblood of business, OED has established grant and funding programs for entrepreneurs to help them get their share of the money that is available… and there is money out there. Business owners just need to know where to find it and how to get it.
The Organization for Entrepreneurial Development has simplified the process of searching for and finding grants and funding by offering the Local Business Assistance Program and the Grant Availability Analysis. Both are outreach programs for OED’s non-profit mission and available to all small business owners. The first step is to complete a Local Business Assistance Program request form at: http://www.oedglobal.org/lbap.html
Take advantage of OED’s Local Business Assistance Program. It is pro bono and it works, so… why wait?