GovShop Launches New Small Business Resource Center
GovShop recognized the many frustrations and barriers that small businesses face when trying to enter and succeed in public sector markets, so they created the SBRC as a rich repository of information and resources to simplify and explain the process of winning government contracts.
Through the SBRC, small business owners can access information about eligibility, including registration entities and preferred status. The SBRC also guides users through the process of finding contracting opportunities by providing resources about various platforms for searching for opportunities and providing guidance on reading those opportunities. Commonly asked questions about both eligibility and opportunities are answered on their respective pages of the SBRC platform.
To provide the best and most relevant resources for any small business supplier, the SBRC features both a federal database and a state and local database for businesses to get more information about working with specific agencies and their own state and local governments.
While the SBRC is already a robust one-stop-shop of resources for small business owners, the center is planning to expand by adding more features including a product-market-
For any small business owner looking to find work with public sector agencies,
Visit the SBRC (https://govshop.com/
Learn more about the SBRC here. (https://www.publicspendforum.net/
For more information, contact:
Public Spend Forum
About Public Spend Forum (https://www.publicspendforum.net/)
Public Spend Forum's mission is to create "Open Government Markets" by lowering the barriers to entry into the public sector for innovative, emerging tech businesses. Raj Sharma, CEO & Founder of Public Spend Forum envisions a market where government suppliers can efficiently access the best opportunities for public sector market contracts.
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