Don’t Miss! Doing Business 2.0 – Doing Business With The Government
July 3, 2012
Being in proximity to the Federal government has many advantages for entrepreneurs located in our nation’s capital. Business owners can take advantage of a variety of opportunities that the local and federal government have in terms of contracting. Special programs exist for small economically disadvantaged businesses and both administrations have offices that specialize in their contracting needs.
In this edition of the Doing Business 2.0, we bring you a panel of expert cover different contracting opportunities and programs such as the Certified Business Enterprise and how to get on the GSA schedule.
Harold Pettigrew Director, Department of Small and Local Business Development
Judith Stackhouse Small Business Utilization Center, US General Services Administration – National Capitol Region
Davey Wiggs Lead Business Opportunity Specialist, 8(a) Business Development Division, U.S. Small Business Administration
Elsie Price U.S. Small Business Administration
Tony Scurry President & CEO of 7 Pointe Planning, Inc.
When: Wednesday, July 11 2012, 9:00am-10:30am
Where: Venable, LLP, 575 7th Street, NW, 8th Floor, Capitol Room
As of June 15th, 2012, a $10.00 registration fee will be required for all DoingBusiness2.0 programs. On-site registrations are accepted.