BYU CIBER Grant

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BYU Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) Grant

The Marriott School of BYU is designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a Center for International Business Education and Research. As one of fifteen such centers across the country, the CIBER is engaged in growing international business and trade. This effort goes beyond students and extends to helping businesses in the region.

The CIBER at BYU is offering Grants to help the cost of participating in a World Trade Center Utah Trade Mission or Trade Show. These awards can be used for allowable travel, trade mission or trade show fees.

Here is more information regarding our upcoming Governor-led Trade Mission to Mexico: https://wtcutah.com/trade-landing/mexico-city-2021/

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A company can receive up to $1,500 per international activity.

Ideal Recipients

The ideal recipients will be small to medium-sized businesses that are looking to expand to international markets. Preference will be given to companies who are just beginning their international growth and exploration.

Application Details and Instructions

  • This application and associated forms must be completed in their entirety to be considered eligible. Required questions are marked with a red asterisk. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Please note, that you will only be asked questions relevant to the specific grant(s) you are applying for.
  • Once your application has been submitted and evaluated, you will be notified whether or not your company qualifies to receive a BYU CIBER Grant. If your company is ineligible, WTC Utah will direct you to other loan/funding sources.
  • Once an eligible application is submitted, it will be processed within 3 weeks and an official notification letter will be returned to the applicant electronically within 4 weeks of application submission. Next steps for the grant applicant will be detailed in the award notification letter.
  • Businesses may opt to save and resume their grant application as well by clicking “Save and Resume Later” at the bottom of each application page. You can use the generated link any time within the application period to resume answering questions on the form. Without the link, the data you have entered cannot be retrieved, and you will have to start filling out the form at the beginning.

Required Reporting

Successful applications are required to demonstrate how they will increase their revenue, promote job creation, and similar criteria over the next 3-5 years as a result of the BYU CIBER Grant. One International Business Assessment and one post-event survey will be required.

Nicole Sherwood
Director of Grants & Operations
nsherwood@wtcutah.com
(801) 599-9185

Overview

BYU Centers for International Business Education and Research (CIBER) Grant

The Marriott School of BYU is designated by the U.S. Department of Education as a Center for International Business Education and Research. As one of fifteen such centers across the country, the CIBER is engaged in growing international business and trade. This effort goes beyond students and extends to helping businesses in the region.

The CIBER at BYU is offering Grants to help the cost of participating in a World Trade Center Utah Trade Mission or Trade Show. These awards can be used for allowable travel, trade mission or trade show fees.

Here is more information regarding our upcoming Governor-led Trade Mission to Mexico: https://wtcutah.com/trade-landing/mexico-city-2021/

Apply Now

APPLY NOW >

A company can receive up to $1,500 per international activity.

Ideal Recipients

The ideal recipients will be small to medium-sized businesses that are looking to expand to international markets. Preference will be given to companies who are just beginning their international growth and exploration.

Application Details and Instructions

  • This application and associated forms must be completed in their entirety to be considered eligible. Required questions are marked with a red asterisk. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Please note, that you will only be asked questions relevant to the specific grant(s) you are applying for.
  • Once your application has been submitted and evaluated, you will be notified whether or not your company qualifies to receive a BYU CIBER Grant. If your company is ineligible, WTC Utah will direct you to other loan/funding sources.
  • Once an eligible application is submitted, it will be processed within 3 weeks and an official notification letter will be returned to the applicant electronically within 4 weeks of application submission. Next steps for the grant applicant will be detailed in the award notification letter.
  • Businesses may opt to save and resume their grant application as well by clicking “Save and Resume Later” at the bottom of each application page. You can use the generated link any time within the application period to resume answering questions on the form. Without the link, the data you have entered cannot be retrieved, and you will have to start filling out the form at the beginning.

Required Reporting

Successful applications are required to demonstrate how they will increase their revenue, promote job creation, and similar criteria over the next 3-5 years as a result of the BYU CIBER Grant. One International Business Assessment and one post-event survey will be required.

Contact

Nicole Sherwood
Director of Grants & Operations
nsherwood@wtcutah.com
(801) 599-9185