Meet the Buyers Conference
Third Annual Meet the Buyers
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November 3, 2017
2016 Exhibitors (previous year)
SBA/SCORE | Offutt AFB | Army Corps of Engineers | Department of Transportation (DOT) | Department of Roads (DOR/DBE) | National Parks Services | Veterans Administration (VA) | HUD | OPS | National Safety Council, Nebraska | GSA | National Guard | OPPD | Blue Cross Bue Shield | Kiewit | MPMSDC | CH2MHill
2016 Agenda (previous year)
|7:30||Registration Open. Continental breakfast served.|
Louis Pol, Dean, UNO College of Business Administration
Cathy Lang, state director, Nebraska Business Development Center
|8:15||Keynote: Is your Message Getting Through? Three Ways To Ensure Effective Communication Today, Sinikka Waugh, president and CEO, Your Clear Next Step|
|Myth vs. Reality
Steve Koprince, managing partner, Koprince Law LLC, debunks many of the common myths related to SAM profiles, small business status, socioeconomic status (8(a), HUBZone, SDVOSB, and WOSB) and much more.
|Mining for Gold in the Federal Procurement Data System Next Generation
Guy Timberlake, CEO, The American Small Business Coalition, discusses practical methods for using freely available federal agency purchasing data to find customers, partners and primes, and opportunities.
|Resources for Minority Businesses
Panel: Winsley Durand, REACH; Troy Larsen, NDOR DBE; Belinda Hooks, MPMSBC
Presentation: Morphing into a Top Notch Leader, Pam Sumner, executive coach
Small Business Program Updates, Lisa Tedesco, 8(a) government contracting specialist, U.S. Small Business Administration
15 Reasons Simplified Acquisitions Should be in Small Businesss Pipelines!
This session will help participants understand this type of purchasing and help them identify streamlined procurement opportunities with civilian, defense and intelligence agencies of the federal government.
How to write an effective capability statement, Luis Valdivieso, TargetGov
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