Sometimes, it is just time. Time to move!
Mother and Daughter Team in Morgan, Utah Picture by: Britney Brent
DynaGrace Enterprises Moves to New Location in Morgan, Utah Picture by: Britney Brent
DynaGrace Enterprises has moved out of a home-based office into a commercial building in Morgan, Utah. We have determined our growth opportunities need a storefront, and for other legal and regulatory reasons, we moved into a beautiful, rural, commercial, building that allows us to be more successful.
We love having a place where prospective clients routinely visit to make a decision to purchase our services. We feel we are definitely more professional in a commercial office.
We were limited on space for doing the services that we really want to do such as website design, publishing books, STEM activities for children and a podcast studio.
And well…after 12 years working at home it was time to be more productive in a different environment. Focus and staying on task are the theme for DynaGrace Enterprises in 2018.
Physically leaving home to go to an office helps us be more efficient and produce more.
We have a pure team environment now with Jennifer Remund, Machelle Lowry and myself, Linda Rawson collaborating on upcoming projects. We have already jumped into the business community by attending Women In Business events put on by the Northfront Business Resource Center. We participated in the first-ever Festival of Trees put on by the Morgan Chamber of Commerce.
We have a singular mission, and that is to make DynaGrace Enterprises a Women-Owned, rural, powerhouse for professional business services.
We are an example of the less than one percent in the State of Utah, and we are here to stay and prosper.
Come by and say hello.
The new address is 298 E 300 N, Morgan, Ut 84050. Our hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
DynaGrace Enterprises, Morgan, Utah Picture by: Britney Brent
#womenowned #bosslady #rural #ladyboss #entreprenur #girlpower #success #wosb
Whacky Weather Board Game
Linda Rawson, President, and CEO of DynaGrace Enterprises – an 8(a), WOSB, Information Technology and writing services company, has launched a Kickstarter Campaign. The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) board game is titled WeatherEgg Kids: Whacky Weather Board Game. The board game will help raise funds for her invention, called Weatheregg™ and teach children about weather.
Linda was born in a small farming community in Utah. She was raised by her mother, who was a single mom raising five children. Her mother never went to college and did not have any dreams of owning her own business. Because of this, Linda thinks it is essential for children, especially girl children, to acquire more knowledge and skills in STEM.
“It is a great privilege to bring a small piece of science to children in the hopes that they become our scientists of the future,” stated Linda Rawson, President, and CEO of DynaGrace Enterprises. “DynaGrace Enterprises has been heavily involved in Department of Defense Information Technology work. The WeatherEgg™ is an invention that is almost to fruition. To fund that invention, I created another invention. One that helps children learn science. In particular, weather science.”
What about STEM?
With the onset of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum in education, science needs to be fun. The WeatherEgg™ kids, animated 3D humanoid characters, make weather science fun. Sweet, loveable, Holley Humidity, moody Peggy Pressure, mischievous Wesley Wind, and the hero Tommy Temperature can cause quite a storm. The WeatherEgg Kids will appear in a mobile application and a web application to teach children about weather.
DynaGrace Enterprises hopes to lead the field in teaching children about the weather. DynaGrace Enterprises continues to support a path of growth while maintaining a reputation as a provider of Information Technology and writing services.
Customers can learn more about DynaGrace Enterprises by visiting the company’s website at DynaGrace.com or by calling the company directly at 800-676-0058. Please learn more about WeatherEgg by visiting WeatherEgg.com.
The official Kickstarter link is here -> https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/522610746/weatheregg-kids-whacky-weather-board-game
The official Press release is here -> https://www.pr.com/press-release/735638
DynaGrace Enterprises Accepting Patriot Partner Award
DynaGrace Enterprises – an 8(a), WOSB, Information Technology and Technical Writing Company, has been recognized as a Utah Patriot Partner.
The program is pioneered by Utah Governor Gary Herbert and the Utah Department of Workforce Services to encourages Utah businesses to hire Veterans as a first choice to unlock job creation for our country’s veterans.
DynaGrace Enterprises is one of the most recent beneficiaries of the Utah Patriot Partnership. DynaGrace Enterprises’s President and CEO, Linda Rawson and Vice President, Jennifer Remund accepted the award from Eden Johnson, a hardworking, professional Veterans’ representative and Workforce Development Specialist with the Utah Department of Workforce Services.
Eden helped DynaGrace Enterprises with some recent job openings. DynaGrace Enterprises contacted her to utilize job programs in which they could hire veterans first. Linda Rawson is committed to providing Veterans with a way forward after serving our country. Job seeking Veterans can be found by accessing Utah’s online Job Connection service. Eden helped with the wording, publishing, and distribution of the job announcement.
DynaGrace Enterprises accepted the challenge from Governor Herbert to pledge their support for returning heroes and not only considered but wanted Utah Veterans for the recent job openings. DynaGrace Enterprises joined other Utah businesses to hire and support Veterans returning from the world’s battlefields.
“It is a great privilege to be recognized in the Utah Patriot Partnership Program,” stated Linda Rawson, President, and CEO of DynaGrace Enterprises. “DynaGrace Enterprises has been heavily involved in Department of Defense work and is moving full forward in a growth opportunity. The Utah Department of Workforce services is providing the mechanism, additional insight, and resources needed to acquire employees who are veterans. Veterans have been taught discipline and structure. They show up on time and do their job. This is a win-win for both the employee and the company.”
DynaGrace Enterprises Patriot Partner Award
Programs, like the Utah Patriot Partnership, are making a difference. In a July 2017 report published by the Department of Labor, the Veteran unemployment rate was 3.5 percent, down from 4.7 percent last July, and the lowest July rate since 2001 (not seasonally adjusted, 20 years and over). In comparison, the non-veteran unemployment rate for July 2017 was 4.2 percent.
Customers can learn more about DynaGrace Enterprises by visiting the company’s website at DynaGrace.com or by calling the company directly at 888-676-0058.
The official Press Release is here -> DynaGrace Enterprises Recognized as Utah Patriot Partner
GSA STARS II GWAC
DynaGrace Enterprises, Inc. (8a, WOSB, SDB), a trusted partner with the Federal Government, has been awarded the 8(a) STARS II Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC).
The 8(a) STARS II GWAC is a competitive multiple award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) set-aside contract vehicle for small businesses that participate in the Small Business Administration (SBA) 8(a) program. The efficient, flexible way to order Information Technology services and solutions worldwide, while accruing 8(a) socioeconomic credit, provides Federal agencies a simpler method for procurement of services. Because DynaGrace Enterprises is also a 100% Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB), the agencies get credit in multiple areas.
The 8(a) STARS II GWAC program has a five-year base with one five-year option. It has a $10 billion program ceiling and facilitates sole-source, also known as directed award, task orders up to $4 million each.
DynaGrace Enterprises has been selected under Functional Area NAICS codes; (FA1) NAICS 541511 – Custom Computer Programming Services, (FA2) NAICS 541512 – Computer Systems Design Services, and (FA4) NAICS 541519 – Other Computer Related Services. DynaGrace Enterprises was selected based on cost and non-cost factors including the Contract Administration Plan (CAP), Marketing Action Plan (MAP), Past Performance, Price, and Responsibility.
Linda Rawson, President, and CEO of DynaGrace Enterprises said, “We have been anticipating this award for over two years. We have heard and read many success stories about companies that have prospered by using this GWAC effectively. DynaGrace Enterprises is ready to capitalize on this contracting vehicle and to leverage the streamlined procurement path to serve our federal customers better. We really appreciate the General Services Administration (GSA) for creating contract vehicles like the 8(a) STARS II GWAC to assure small business continues to lead innovation in meeting government technology challenges.”
DynaGrace Enterprises is an advanced IT services company delivering high-quality, high-value solutions to the Federal Government in the areas of Information Technology, System Integration, Cybersecurity and Writing services. DynaGrace Enterprises has the vision to provide pristine service while making the contracting process simple. The company was founded on the belief that in service to the Federal Government and Commercial clients, we have a critical obligation to the American people, to perform at the highest level for the good of the country.
Customers can learn more about DynaGrace Enterprises by visiting the company’s website at DynaGrace.com or by calling the company directly at 800-676-0058.
The official press release is here -> http://www.pr.com/press-release/720563
Writing a good case study
If done right, your marketing can enjoy a great deal of benefit from writing a good case study.
Although they cost a great deal of effort and time to create, case studies can be used to pull new customers into your business. Case studies are a great way of telling the world how awesome and valuable your products and/or services are. They are not mere testimonials; case studies include real-life examples of how your services or goods were able to help your customers achieve their aim. With impeccable case studies, you’ll be able to convert a potential client into a real client as you’ll be highlighting your success in a way that will make them become convinced that you and your business are the real deal.
Unfortunately, a lot of people do not know how to go about writing a case study, much less, a great one. If you find yourself in this category of people, this guide is here to help you create case studies that will change the face of your business. Below are some fantastic tips that will ensure that your case studies become significant resources to the success of your business.
TIP #1 – ENSURE THAT YOUR TOPIC IS RELATIVE TO YOUR IDEAL CUSTOMER
First, you need to determine who your ideal customers are, only then can you create a case study they can relate to. Your case study needs to convince your ideal customers that you are conversant with their industry, the needs of that industry, and how to offer the industry the desired solution to that need. Case studies are not general posts that everyone can relate to. On the contrary, a case study should be for a specific set of people in a particular industry. For instance, if your ideal customer is someone in the automobile industry, you need to create a case study that surrounds the automobile industry; it can be about auto accessories or parts manufacturers. Let your topic be something your ideal client can relate to; something they will feel is specifically created for them.
TIP #2 – MAKE YOUR STORY COMPELLING, JUMP NO PART
When writing a case study, you need to ensure that your story omits no part. Tell your story from the beginning down to the end. Most people enjoy reading great stories. You need to let your ideal customers (readers) know who your case study customer really is. Anyone reading your story should be able to identify
- Who your sample clients are and what they do
- What the customers’ goals were
- What the needs of the customers’ were
- How you were able to help your customers, satisfy their needs, and have their goals met.
In other to make this more compelling, you can always go back to your case study and provide more updates on how your customer is doing with your services/products. This will make your ideal customers/readers see that your aim is to provide them with long term satisfaction to their needs. The update can be done every two months or so.
TIP #3 – CREATE AN EASY TO READ FORMAT
Don’t just create a huge chunk of text and call it a case study; give it some good formatting. The thing is, no matter how interesting or informative your story is, if it looks cluttered, no one will be willing to go through it. So make it look readable like you would with a blog or article. Include images, headers, bullet points, italics, etc.
TIP #4 – DIFFERENT LEARNING FORMATS FOR DIFFERENT LEARNERS
Not everyone likes reading. Some prefer watching while others prefer listening. This means that you must create different learning formats of your case studies. Make them into video and audio formats, including podcasts, YouTube videos, infographics, etc.
TIP #5 – INCLUDE REAL NUMBERS
Including real numbers will make your case study clear and precise. Instead of saying you were able to double your traffic over the course of some months, leaving your clients to wonder what the “doubling” range was and how many months, you can tell them your traffic doubled from 1,000 visits to 2,000 visits over the course of 2 months. Real numbers give your ideal customers the scope of how and when you began, and when you achieved the end result. Real numbers serve as proof as to how your products or services work. You can also make use of pictures in order to make your proof clearer.