In this episode of The Australian Business Executive podcast we speak with Keith Whelan, founder of The Grants Guy.
Keith’s business creates funding strategies enabling organisations to approach grants and tenders in a proactive manner. He has worked in the Grants & Philanthropy sector in Ireland and Australia, across both the public and private sector.
In this podcast Keith discusses the differences in grant funding between Australia and other countries, the types of grants available, how they can help your business, the application process and what to include, common issues in tendering, collaborating with other companies and how to move forward if your tender isn’t initially successful.
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About Keith Whelan
Specialising in grants, tenders and funding consultancy, Keith Whelan provides high level assistance to Local, State and Federal Government, Not for Profit organisations and Private Enterprises, in planning for and accessing extra income streams.
Keith develops Grants Project Management Plans, Grants Calendars and Funding Strategies, enabling organisations to approach grants and tenders in a proactive manner. His Plans and Strategies provide a structured and strategic approach to obtaining extra funding for the progression and completion of projects.
Keith has worked in the Grants & Philanthropy sector in Ireland and Australia, across both the public and private sector. He presently works with a number of companies across Australia in developing their respective Corporate Social Responsibility Strategies.
He has consulted with a number of Universities such as ANU Canberra, University of Adelaide, University of Sydney, UTS, University of Newcastle and Macquarie University. He presently facilitates courses for Research Staff at these Universities in how to attract funding through Grants, Crowd Funding, PAF’s, Trusts and Bequests.
He has also worked with the likes of NSW Health and ADCO advising on their respective Tendering Processes for Commercial Contracts.