JUICE Money Write

JUICE Money Write Service

Service Info

A highly skilled jet team will apply the published Juice Money Intervention to help you win non-debt and non- Diluted development funding ranging from $50 thousand to $4.5 million; and help write your proposal too!!

The highly trained team of jets will guide write, and/or submit the following type of grant proposals.

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Services Profile

For more than 40 years, we’ve been passionate about achieving better results for our clients.

SBIR/STTR proposals

  • Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I & Phase II proposals (and supplements) across all participating U.S. Government agencies.
  • Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Phase & Phase II proposals (and supplements) across all participating U.S. Government agencies. 

City/State Innovation Proposals

  • City/State innovation & commercialization grant proposals across all U.S. City States.  

Acquisition Contracts

  • Federal contracts (e.g., Broad Agency Announcements)  
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who we are

Meet Our Team

Cyrus Green

Cyrus Green

Co-Director
Jayfus Doswell

Jayfus Doswell

Ceo, Owner
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What People Say

JUICE Founder & Co-Director, Dr. Jayfus Tucker Doswell, recently tested the JUICE Process on his own innovation by going to an unfamiliar state for 8 months; writing 3 NIH SBIR/STTR proposals in coffee shops with an average laptop; and winning All 3 NIH SBIR/STTRs including

Dr. Jayfus Tucker Doswell Company CEO

The 1st successful NIH STTR Phase I award for Morgan State University’s (MSU) 1st patent focus on eradicating Alzheimer’s health disparities with a new protein crystallization device and resulting in MSU’s 1st high-tech company spin-out in, during that time, 149 year history.

Morgan State University

 The 1st NIH SBIR Phase I proposal JUICE Member, Delta Health, to eradicate obesity disparities among African American adolescent girls with a novel mHealth innovation.

Delta Health