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Winning Your Next Government Grant | Lohfeld APMP TV Webinar | April 4, 2024

April 4 @ 11:00 am 12:00 pm EDT

Join Ray Capece for Lohfeld Consulting's Winning Your Next Government Grant webinar April 4, 2024

FREE Webinar for APMP Members

Date: April 4, 2024
Time: 11:00-12:00 pm EDT
Location: Online FREE Webinar

Our Winning Your Next Government Grant webinar provides invaluable insights into navigating the complex landscape of government-funded technology and manufacturing grants, such as the $280 billion CHIPS Act grants.

It emphasizes the necessity of strategic planning, meticulous structuring of funding proposals, and the cultivation of community support to meet the rigorous requirements of these lucrative grants. This webinar is designed to empower organizations with the knowledge and tools to craft compelling applications that stand out in a competitive funding environment.


  • A comprehensive strategy for structuring funding proposals to maximize success in winning government grants.
  • Enhanced understanding of the critical importance of community support and strategic alliances in the grant application process.
  • Practical tips and insights for navigating the complexities of the grant application process, tailored to the unique challenges and opportunities of technology and manufacturing sectors.

Target Audience:

Bid and proposal professionals interested in learning more about grant writing.


Ray Capece, Scientific and Technical Lead, Lohfeld Consulting Group

Join Ray Capece for Lohfeld's Winning Your Next Government Grant webinar April 4, 2024

Ray Capece has worked in proposals and grants for nearly 20 years. With comprehensive experience as proposal manager, technical writer, and reviewer, his emphasis on highly technical subject areas such as R&D-oriented proposals, energy, semiconductors, materials efforts, and Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) submissions follows from engineering-management experience in computer-chip and other technical industries.