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In this post, we present ideas of how to use Evernote for grant writing and proposal management. At the end of the post, you’ll find resources for learning more about Evernote's features.
Explore the blog to discover practical tips on finding funding sources, coordinating consultants, identifying complementary funding sources, and managing the proposal process.
The executive summary may be the only section of the proposal some evaluators will read. In this post, we provide a few tips on how to write the executive summary for maximum impact.