Commercial, Research, Non-Profit
◊ Writing Assistance ◊ Editing ◊ Proofreading ◊ Polishing
Clarify your project at whatever stage of development you’re at: what you intend to express, your prospective audience, requirements you have to meet or expectations for publishing. Confirm the elucidation of your ideas, and the logical flow, consistency, style and refinement of the completed work. Reduce stress with expert assistance.
◊ Hook the grant reviewers with a compelling and competitive abstract/summary that inspires them to keep reading.
◊ Demonstrate your thorough familiarity with the granting institution, and how your project or talent fits its parameters.
◊ Present the body of your proposal clearly and consistently, comprehensively yet concisely—hard data balanced by human interest.
◊ Describe how your proposed endeavor is exceptional, necessary, and fills a gap for those whom the grant will serve.
◊ Confirm that all requirements, specifications and deadlines are met.
◊ Explain how getting this grant and achieving its stated objective will position you/your team for a next step of further benefit.
◊ Prepare to follow up with additional targets once this proposal has been granted.
This is what Cross-Culture Communications is all about.
Contact Susan Cooper—and see how working with her can work for you.