Request for Proposals: Market analysis for new technology platform

PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship (Center) is seeking proposals from individuals and/or firms with experience in business planning and market analysis to give planning partners a clear understanding of the sustainability and earning potential of a new technology platform.

The work will include researching revenue models, performing customer, competitor, and partner analyses, segmentation and landscape-specific market analyses, a payment solution analysis, and market analysis for microlending needs. 

Download and review the full RFP here.

Timeline Details:

RFP Issued: April 1, 2024 

Responses Due: May 13, 2024 (COB – 5 PM) 

Notifications: May 30, 2024 

Contract Period: June 1 – October 1, 2024 

Final Deliverables Due: September 30, 2024 

Budget: $150,000 allocated for completing research, analysis, and deliverables according to Project Scope.

Contact: Send questions to Megan Steele at [email protected]





The Pennsylvania Wilds is a 13-county region that includes the counties of Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Elk, Forest, Jefferson, Lycoming, McKean, Potter, Tioga, Warren, and northern Centre. The PA Wilds is home to the greatest concentration of public lands in the Commonwealth. The PA Wilds Center for Entrepreneurship, Inc., is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to integrate conservation and economic development in a way that inspires the communities of the Pennsylvania Wilds. Based in the region, the Center is the lead nonprofit for the PA Wilds Conservation Landscape effort, a 15+year collaborative effort by local, state and federal partners to establish the region as a premier outdoor recreation destination as a way to diversify local economies, attract investment, inspire stewardship, improve quality of life and attract and retain the region’s working-age population. PA Wilds Center works closely with PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, PA Department of Community and Economic Development, the region’s county governments, and other investors in the regional strategy.


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