Grow Your Business Through Contracting Part 2: Preparing for Government Contracting Through Government Certifications

Apr 18 4:00 pm — 5:30 pm

Event Details

Government Certifications for disadvantaged, small businesses, women-owned, disabled veteran, and local businesses are important programs designed to provide opportunities for these businesses to compete in the marketplace and gain access to government contracts.

In the class you can expect to learn about the following:

  • What is government certification?
  • Do I need the certifications to bid?
  • Why should my business be certified?
  • Business requirements to apply for:
    • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification, (DBE)
    • Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification, (DBE)
    • Small Business Enterprise Certification, (SBE)
    • Women Owned Small Business Certification (WOSB)
    • Local Business Enterprise Certification (LBE)
    • Disabled Veteran Owned Business Enterprise Certification (DVOB)

About the Speaker:

Kofo Domingo is a principal consultant in her own consulting firm, MKD Consulting Group, specializing in procurement and change management services.

Kofo migrated to the United States to attend college and has an MBA in Business Management. She is a retired government executive and feels privileged to have run her own business, including partnering with others for over 20 years. In 2008, she parlayed her entrepreneurship experience into becoming a small business consultant.

As a small business consultant, Kofo specializes in helping small and medium-sized entrepreneurs meet their business potential and increase their business profitability. She coaches business owners on government contracting, business planning to gain funding, re-organizing, pivoting, and modernizing your business operations.

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