Early Registration Deadline for Government Small Business Conference Nears
Celebrating 40 years of helping small businesses grow and succeed
TAMPA (April 7, 2016) – Early registration for the 29th Annual Government Small Business Conference, to be held at the Holiday Inn Tampa Westshore, will close April 14. Registration fee will increase to $225.
The 29th Annual Government Small Business Conference, hosted by the Florida SBDC at University of South Florida will feature keynotes from John Hale, III, and Cassius Butts. Hale is the Director of the Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization at the Department of Energy, while Butts, appointed by President Barack Obama in 2011, is the Regional Administrator for Region IV at the U.S. Small Business Administration.
The 29th Annual Government Small Business Conference: Roadmap to Winning Government Contracts will be held on May 5, and will focus on assisting small business owners in navigating the path to winning government contracts by increasing the opportunity for small businesses, government agencies and major corporations to network and develop strategic relationships.
The conference will feature workshops and panel discussions on topics such as Responding to Government Solicitations, Successfully Positioning Your Woman-Owned Small Business, and Four Critical Business Functions Necessary for Long-Term Contracting Success. A Business Opportunity Expo will also be open in the afternoon for small business representatives to meet with potential buyers.
Early Registration Fee: $149
To register for the one-day conference, visit SBDCTampaBay.com/govcon2016.
Veteran Scholarships Available: The Florida SBDC at USF is sponsoring 10 Veteran registrations. First-come, first-serve. Contact Nelson Reyes at email@example.com or 813.905.5829 to check availability.
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