July 15, 2021
July 15, 2021 – Phoenix, AZ -- SpaceTogether and Economic Incentives Advisory Group (EIAG) have formed a strategic alliance to help small businesses, start-ups, nonprofits (including churches) claim their share of the $1.9 trillion available through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021.
SpaceTogether is a leading technology platform that pairs organizations with underutilized space with renters that need flexible space solutions, creating a successful outcome for both parties by building new revenue streams for some organizations while cutting unnecessary expenses for others. New revenue streams and increased savings equal greater profitability.
EIAG identifies under-utilized government financial programs, often with complex application and reporting. EIAG then helps by providing “process-driven solutions” to help businesses and nonprofits of all sizes receive millions in government grants and credits. This value-add process currently includes the $1.9 trillion available through the American Rescue Plan. Additional programs benefiting businesses include the Employee Retention Credit (ERC) and several Employee Sick Leave Credits, available to companies of 500 or fewer employees. EIAG makes the process of applying and securing these funds easy and efficient. Best of all, EIAG provides these services leveraging a “no-risk” fee model. Therefore, if a benefit is not secured, there are no costs associated with the services.
Most small businesses and nonprofit organizations do not have the ability or resources necessary to manage the applications and reporting requirements needed to comply with the federal programs. These rules change rapidly, and it can be a full-time job to stay on top of all the legislative changes. EIAG has managed employee-related credits, grants, and other financial programs for over twenty-two years, securing over $1.2 billion on behalf of businesses across the U.S.
“This is why the SpaceTogether/EIAG partnership is so impactful. Both companies already deliver value to clients. But, when we work together, we improve profitability, maximize savings, and save time, freeing our mutual clients to focus on their original mission,” says Bryant Colman, Managing Principal of EIAG.
“This is why the SpaceTogether/EIAG partnership is so impactful. Both companies already deliver value to clients. But, when we work together, we improve profitability, maximize savings, and save time, freeing our mutual clients to focus on their original mission.”
Bryant Colman, Managing Principal of EIAG
“I could not be more excited to partner with an organization that shares our desire to impact communities, businesses, and nonprofit organizations. Our only goal is to help our community leaders get back on track after surviving the setbacks of COVID-19. These government programs offer a huge jump-start to that process,” says Justin Knapp, CEO, SpaceTogether.
During a typical year, over $20 billion in government funding is left unclaimed. Companies that traditionally receive these significant government dollars are massive household names such as Amazon, GM, Toyota, Facebook, Microsoft, ExxonMobil, and other large corporations. The American Rescue Plan Act significantly changed the landscape, as the guidelines to qualify are designed to assist small businesses and nonprofit organizations with 500 or fewer employees.
Both SpaceTogether and EIAG provide value-oriented solutions that improve profitability and create time efficiencies. Through their strategic alliance, organizations can quickly and efficiently pursue various grant and credit programs available through the American Rescue Plan Act and other long-standing federal, state, and local government programs.
SpaceTogether assists businesses nonprofit organizations, including churches and governments, with surplus or under-utilized space to find verified, qualified renters to maximize revenue streams from predictable rental income. Additionally, SpaceTogether helps individuals and small businesses in need of space identify options within specific geographic areas without being tied to an expensive lease or obligated to other costly occupancy expenses, such as electrical, janitorial, and taxes.
To learn more about the SpaceTogether platform for occupiers or businesses and organizations with surplus or under-utilized space, please call or email: Justin Knapp: (719) 351-9500 | firstname.lastname@example.org | spacetogether.com
About Economic Incentives Advisory Group (EIAG)
EIAG is a national firm with clients that range from locally owned businesses to large global corporations. The focus and expertise are identifying, securing, and administering tax credits, grants, and private foundation funding available to companies and nonprofit organizations in the U.S.
Employee Retention Credit: www.eiagincentives.com/erc
To learn more about EIAG please contact:
2801 E Camelback Road, Suite 200
Phoenix, AZ 85016
Arizona: (602) 687-7000
California: (916) 823-2813
Bryant Colman: email@example.com