Right now is a unique time in our country’s economic history, especially in government contracting, thanks to the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Business revenues can increase dramatically if a contractor can tap into the 500 billion dollar federal contracting market, and now there is more revenue to be had than ever before.
“Many businesses are struggling right now, but those doing business with the government are getting more contracts and hiring more people. Using the tips in this teleconference, a business can turn the Federal Government into their client, and ensure that their share of the available stimulus dollars,” said Gloria Berthold Larkin, President of TargetGov.
Critical topics covered in this teleconference include: How the Stimulus Contracts differ from other contracts, Who the decision makers are, How to reach those decision makers, and What contract vehicles these decision makers are using to make purchases quickly. This teleconference will focus these topics around the North Carolina region, offering specific incite on North Carolina stimulus contracts.
The cost for attending this live teleconference, as well as receiving the 62 page exclusive TargetGov Toolkit created specifically for this teleconference, is FREE. Simply visit http://www.targetgov.com/
The featured speaker for this teleconference is nationally recognized expert and author, Gloria Berthold Larkin, President of TargetGov. Gloria is an expert in process of successful government procurement and related business development and marketing services with success stories of clients winning multi-million federal contracts.
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TargetGov focuses on government procurement and related business development, capture management and marketing services including business consulting, Capability Statement creation and contract vehicle development (GSA Schedules, etc.), and proposal management. Gloria Berthold Larkin is the author of “The Veterans Business Guide: How to Build a Successful Government Contracting Business.” Visit www.TargetGov.com or www.VeteransBusinessGuide.com