Announcing a New Podcast Educating Small Businesses on How to Work with the Federal Government
Federal Contracting Made Easy with host Nancy Byerly takes the complexity out of becoming a Federal Contractor in a simple and interactive podcast experience.
"The federal government spends approximately $500 billion dollars each year on products and services. 23% of that $500B has to be set aside for small businesses" states Nancy in a recent episode. "The mission of the Federal Contracting Made Easy podcast is to take the complexity out of government contracting and make it easy for anybody interested getting a piece of the pie and entering this exciting world."
Nancy's work has not gone unnoticed. Since launching the podcast in April of 2018, FCME has accumulated over 4,900 total downloads across 41 episodes from small business owners, veterans, and interested individuals all throughout the U.S. The podcast received its first 1,000 download month in December and is expected to surpass 1,500 monthly downloads by the end of January.
Here are a few examples of what FCME's listeners are saying about the podcast:
· "I was extremely impressed by Nancy's ability to take a very dry subject and turn it into something not only entertaining, but also actionable. Thank you Nancy, keep it up!"
"I'm always amazed when a host makes a potentially dry subject entertaining. Nancy manages to do that and make it interesting too. Her episodes are short and sweet too, so anyone interested in this topic can pick and choose which topics they need to learn most about. Well done."
FCME uploads new episodes every Monday morning at 6:00 a.m. MST. Topics include proposal writing, bonds, types of contracts, why do business with the federal government, 8(a), business services for veterans and women, where federal opportunities are listed, and more. You can listen to the podcast here (https://www.byerlyenterprises.com/
To learn more about how Nancy Byerly and Federal Contracting Made Easy are helping people take the leap into business with the federal government, please visit federalcontractingmadeeasy.com or click any of the links provided. You can also email Nancy at email@example.com or call (801) 440-8006.