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[Expo Webinars] How to Write a Capabilities Statement

[Expo Webinars] How to Write a Capabilities Statement

Tuesday, May 21, 2019 10:00am to 11:00am
FREE
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2019 Norcal Procurement Expo Preparatory Webinar: Part 1 of 3

Is your business interested in marketing to government agencies? The best place to start is with a compelling Capabilities Statement -- a key requirement for companies who are bidding for contracts. At this free webinar, participants will:

  • Understand the importance of the capabilities statement in marketing your business to the Government
  • Learn how to prepare an capabilities statement
  • Tips to make your company stand out from the competition
  • How and where to deliver your capabilities statement (hint: one place is the Norcal Procurement Expo!!)
  • Receive a free capabilties statement template

This webinar is presented by Procurement Specialist Lenny Bean. Lenny is an accomplished business manager with multi-disciplined expertise in both engineering and manufacturing environments. He has held leadership positions in Project Management, Business Development, and Finance.

 

 

 

See you at the Expo!

Check out the 2019 Norcal Procurement Expo main event page
norcalexpo2019.eventbrite.com
 

Other Expo Preparatory Webinars:

Access to Contracts: Why your Company Should Get Certified

Thursday, May 23 10 AM - 11 AM
Presented by Sr/Lead Procurement Specialist Christina Jones
Register: GetCertified.eventbrite.com

Which Government Agencies Buy What I Sell?

Tuesday, May 28 10 AM - 11 AM
Presented by Procurement Specialist Mary Jo Juarez
Register: GovBuy.eventbrite.com

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