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GLTAAC has been working with private sector consultants, trainers and other public organizations for more than 30 years. Our program supports a wide range of projects each year throughout Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.

Help Your Clients

Through the TAAF process, we help small and mid-size firms identify and develop projects to improve their business. GLTAAC does not implement projects. Rather, we contract third-party service providers who work directly with our clients.

GLTAAC provides firms with assistance for their projects, requiring firms to only pay 50% of project costs, making important initiatives more affordable. Projects are bid, and cost is considered, but GLTAAC works with firms to make the best business decision. Selection places high importance on expertise and experience, with attention to deliverables and outcomes. Learn more about our program and process on this site.

Working with GLTAAC Firms

We are eager to learn about experts who share our mission to serve small and mid-size manufacturers that are facing unprecedented challenges. We regularly provide consultants for consideration to firms in our program when they are seeking outside expertise and evaluating options. We do not, however, use a preferred list of consultants.


Economic Developers

GLTAAC works with manufacturers in Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio

Are you an economic development professional working with businesses in your community? GLTAAC has funding available for small and mid-size manufacturers across Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.

Qualifying requirements are simple, and GLTAAC staff can help determine whether a firm can benefit.  Firms can qualify for up to $75,000 of matching funds.

 

GLTAAC works with economic development professionals across the region, including Chambers of Commerce, MEP Centers, industry associations, MEDC, ODSA, IEDC, and a wide range of LEDOs.

Please contact us to learn about how program funding can help your firm and community.