Our Proven Track Record in Securing Funding
Since our establishment in 2013, E.B. Howard Consulting has been dedicated to helping organizations secure substantial funding. Our track record speaks volumes about our expertise and commitment to excellence in grant proposal development.
We are proud to have been recognized for our work, including being honored as a “Woman in Leadership” by NYS Women, Inc. and joining the mentorship pool at Columbia Technology Venture under the Verizon Forward for Good Program.
- Exceptional Return on Investment: We understand that every dollar invested in securing funding matters. On average, our clients enjoy a remarkable return on investment (ROI) of approximately $58 for every $1 spent on SBIR/STTR Phase I proposal preparation costs. For other federal funding opportunities, especially those with multi-year proposal budgets outside of SBIR/STTR, our clients typically achieve an ROI well over $100 for every $1 spent.
- Highlighting Our Successes: While we have numerous success stories to share, we’d like to showcase some of our accomplishments in securing funding for innovative projects with strong commercialization potential. Please note that this is just a glimpse of our successes, as we continuously update this information based on client feedback. Most clients receive award notifications 6 to 8 months after submitting proposals.
- Diverse Expertise Across Federal Agencies: Beyond our exceptional work with SBIR/STTR and economic development-focused proposals, we possess extensive experience collaborating with various federal agencies and addressing a wide range of focus areas. If you don’t see a particular agency listed here, we encourage you to reach out to us for more information. We are your dedicated partners in securing funding for your innovative initiatives. Contact us today to explore how we can help your organization achieve its funding goals.
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** Indicates that we provided insight, advice, and recommendations on all elements of the proposal narrative, budget, and other supporting documentation on how to strengthen and possibly re-write sections of the application to align with the solication/RFP, ultimately leading to a win.