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Let’s Talk: Thinking Globally, Contracting Locally

Contracting with Local Government Could Be Your Next Step
Let's Talk: Thinking Globally, Contracting Locally
March 24th, 2021
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
What You'll Gain:
  • Learn How to Search for Opportunities
  • Strategies and Best Practices
  • Answers to Questions
Cost: $0

Let’s Talk: Thinking Globally, Contracting Locally

Might local government be your next big client? Woman-owned business owners Kathryn Hebert, Principal of TPM Connect, and Cindy Hersom, President of DICIN Electric Co., Inc., and Marisol Herrera of CT PTAC who have all navigated the maze of contracting.

Join them for a one-hour video session to explore how you can position your company for business-to-government contracts. This session will cover searching for opportunities, strategy for pursuing the right projects, and best practices for the process of contract success. Invest time to consider how you and your team might build your client portfolio to include local government and the role it has in your business development. Gain insights for how you can prepare for these opportunities and delve into implementable approach for your best business strategy!

Registration Required/No Charge

Reserve your spot now…registration closes at 5:00 PM on Tuesday, March 23rd!

Wednesday, March 24th | 12:00 PM  – 1:00 PM
This is a Live Zoom Call in WBDC’s Virtual Classroom

Instructor: Kathryn Hebert, Marisol Herrera, and Cindy Hersom
Title: Principal of TPMConnect, Procurement Specialist, CT PTAC, and President of Dicin Electric Co., Inc.
Bio: More to come shortly!
Register for Let's Talk: Thinking Globally, Contracting Locally
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