Arlington, VA — July 18, 2023 —Hanover Research, a leading provider of data and insights to higher education leaders, passed a major milestone in its’ grants funding business; helping its’ clients win over $1 billion in grants. Since 2012, Hanover has provided writing or editing support for federal, state, and private grant proposals, ensuring that they are as competitive as possible as those funding entities assess which should receive monetary awards.
“I’m overwhelmed with gratitude working alongside the talented individuals on our team, together we have secured over 800 projects for our clients with no ceiling in sight,” says Chad Ross, senior managing content director of research grants, Hanover Research.
Hanover’s grants business has come a long way since its inception, starting from an intuitive idea—integrating Hanover’s well-known research into grant proposal support—and evolving over time into a premier player supporting grants infrastructure, skill-building, and culture in organizations across the country. Today the team consists of 30 full-time, across project strategists, grant writers/reviewers, and funding researchers and the bulk of the projects we support are focused advance scientific and health research as well as educational programming for institutions of higher education.
“I’m equally humbled and appreciative of our clients, whose ambitious ideas and dedication to their fields are at the heart of every funded project. Thank you for placing your trust in us to support your work,” says Ross.
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Founded in 2003, Hanover Research is a global research and analytics firm that delivers market intelligence through a unique, fixed-fee model to more than 1,000 clients. Headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, Hanover employs high-caliber market researchers, analysts, and account executives to provide a service that is revolutionary in its combination of flexibility and affordability. Hanover was named a Top 50 Market Research Firm by the American Marketing Association. To learn more about Hanover Research, visit https://www.hanoverresearch.com.