How the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest Can Help Entrepreneurs
Celebrating it’s 10th anniversary, the FedEx Small Business Grant Contest is kicking off it’s 2022 run with the same passion to help small businesses as they had in 2012 – the grant programs 1st year.
With the grand prize of the contest being $50,000 and further services, there’s no question about the impact this contest could make on small business owners. There will be three grand prize winners, and seven other winners chosen totaling ten grants FedEx is excited to give out. The seven runner-ups are certainly not getting the short end of the stick, though, as their prizing will be $20,000 and some extras.
Entreprenista Media is excited to help FedEx get the word out about the contest. Both share the same passion for helping small businesses! Entreprenista has a paid membership community for women business owners, leaders, and everyone in-between. Their mission is to close the gender gap when it comes to access business tools and solutions, grants, funding.
Entreprenista & FedEx are encouraging all small business owners (with less than 99 employees) to enter to win! Past winners are still grateful for how FedEx has helped them. See below to learn more!
See below for 2021 winners!
Grand Prize Winner – Received $50,000 and $7,500 in FedEx Office Print services
Equine Amnio Solutions is the market leader in the distribution of next-generation regenerative veterinary products to maximize the health and performance of horses across all breeds and athletic disciplines. One of these products, RenoVö®, has been used in over 4,000 horses and is considered a game-changing equine tissue therapy by owners and veterinarians.
Second Place Winner – Received $30,000 and $5,000 in FedEx Office Print Services
KC Cattle Company specializes in the production of Wagyu beef products. In 2019, Food&Wine.com called their Wagyu hot dogs “the best in the world.” Their true passion is providing veterans with employment opportunities to help them make the transition from military service to civilian life. For this reason, they are also this year’s Veteran-Owned Business Honoree.