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Turn Contacts into Contracts (Developing and Using Your Capabilities Statement) Virtual
February 9 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Online Meeting (Live)
If you want to win government contracts, you need the right marketing tools to open doors for your business. A strong capabilities statement, and a great pitch can bring valuable partnerships to the table.
Kevin Hoey, Sr. Consultant, former GDIT Executive and Subject Matter Expert for The Catalyst Center, and Debbie Batson, Director of Large/Small Business Strategic Alliance at Teledyne Brown Engineering, will share with you how to identify and target true customers and successfully market your capabilities. In addition, Debbie Batson, Director Large/Small Business Strategic Alliances at Teledyne Brown Engineering, will provide key networking tools and resources to assist in building strong relationships that will last throughout the lifetime of your business.
- Insights on how to effectively define your market and your capabilities
- How to appropriately compose and market your capabilities statement
- Develop a capture management strategy to get better results
- Learn what agencies and prime contractors want to see in your marketing efforts
- Learn how to find the right agency and prime contractor, and successfully pitch to them
The Catalyst has obtained Subject Matter Experts (SME) to share their knowledge during two-hour classes as part of our Government Contracting Credentials (GCC) series which is a series of classes for Government Contractors and their employees. For more information on the GCC Series visit: https://catalystcenter.org/services/our-services/item/gcc
This is an online workshop using Zoom Video Communications. You will receive a reminder email the day of the event with the link to access the meeting.
Registration and Fees: Payment of seminar fees may be made by check, money order or credit card. Payment must be received to guarantee your space in an event.
Refund Policy: If you wish to request a refund, please contact the conference organizer listed above to discuss. You may also elect to send a substitute in your place. If the event is cancelled, all fees will be returned.
Special Accommodations: In accordance with the American Disabilities Act and state law, you may request accommodations due to a disability by contacting the event organizer listed above. Advance notice may be necessary for some accommodations. Registration must be paid prior to accommodation requests.