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Alliances Can Win Procurement Contracts for Small Businesses

April 13, 2012

Small businesses shouldn’t be limited when competing for procurement contracts. Teaming arrangements can improve your chances of winning contracts and overcoming limited resources. Creating a key alliance with another company gives you access to additional personnel, expertise, equipment, and capital, making it possible to successfully compete for contracts in commercial and government arenas.
On Apr. 18 from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Cobb Chamber, Karen Mills of Mills Law Associates, LLC and Jone Debhnam of Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center will present the key objectives and benefits of teaming arrangements, critical issues to address before establishing a teaming agreement, and legal considerations of teaming agreements. The seminar serves to demystify building alliances in order to benefit small businesses competing for contracts.

The cost of the seminar is $20 online for Cobb Chamber members and $40 for general admission. Chairman’s Club and Executive Club Representatives are complimentary. To register, click here. Please contact Tya Dawson at 770-859-2341 if you have any questions.


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