Geovey: funding proposal for business

Each year Geovation (a collaboration between the Ordnance Survey and the Land Registry) invite entrants to compete for funding for a map-based business initiative. The challenge in 2015 was “How can we enable people in Britain to live in better places?”. Geovey (GIS software public engagement tool) was one of ten competing projects. After winning approval, the second stage was to submit a business proposal for Geovation to decide how much funding each of the winners would receive. My role was to edit the content and flow of the business's original text document, flag any jargon and lay out the information clearly using illustrations and diagrams. Geovey won the largest percentage of the available funding – 30%. Find out more:

Two example pages from Geovey's successful business funding proposalbusiness proposal, bid writing, funding


On receipt of the business funding Geovey asked me to produce a brochure outlining its services and its potential impact on community communication – again, two example pages below

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