NorthwestTAAC "Made in America" Grants
If your product or service is “Made in America”, your company could be eligible for up to $75,000 in matching grant funding for projects of your choice.
NorthwestTAAC is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping U.S. companies grow and prosper in a globalized economy.
The Northwest Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (NorthwestTAAC) administers the Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms (TAAF) program for the U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration (EDA). NorthwestTAAC is part of a national network of 11 independent non-profit organizations and universities that manage the TAAF program.
The TAA Process:
Please contact us for more information. If you would like to start the qualification process right now, visit the How to Qualify page and download the excel spreadsheet form so our staff can assess your company's eligibility for the program.
“The assistance provided by the NorthwestTAAC has proven to be a valuable asset in our efforts to expand into new geographic markets. We’ve been able to fast-track upgrades to corporate branding and prepare the ground for product development geared toward export sales. We really appreciate the help from everyone at NorthwestTAAC, thank you!”
Paul Humphreys, President
Quantum Windows & Doors, Inc.
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