Small Business Support Hubs Program Evaluation & Data Analysis

The Michigan Strategic Fund (MSF) is seeking proposals from qualified individuals or entities to support the MEDC's Small Business Support Hubs Program (SBSH), an American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funded initiative of the MSF.

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The selected third-party contractor will provide program evaluation and data anaylsis for the SBSH program, a $75 million investment into 27 entrepreneurial support organizations located across the state that provide technical assistance, programs and services, resource navigation and direct grants to small businesses disproportionately impacted by COVID-19.

The Program Evaluation & Data Anaylsis Reports will summarize and analyze program data and outcomes, identify regional ecosystem assets, highlight impacts to Hubs, identify small business outcomes, address model effectiveness, develop small business beneficiary profiles, needs, and journey, and identify program interventions and improvements.

For more information, please review the complete Statement of Work.


  • Project Length/Timeline: Anticipated term is 10/1/24 –12/31/26
  • Budget/Range: Up to $250,000
  • Return completed quote to MEDC via email to [email protected] no later than 9:00 a.m. ET on July 8, 2024.