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Procurement Series #4: To Partner or Not to Partner? Benefits & Risks of Collaboration – Montgomery County
June 4, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Government contracting is trending toward larger requirements, which makes it challenging for small businesses to win. Discover how partnering with another company through joint ventures, teaming agreements, or contractor teaming arrangements can increase your chance of winning a contract.
During this workshop we will address:
- Reasons to form a prime/subcontractor relationship
- Characteristics of a Teaming Agreement, Contractor Teaming Arrangement and Joint Venture Agreement
- Legal considerations when entering a partnership
- How the SBA’s All Small Mentor Protégé Program can assist you
Expert speakers include:
- Karen Long, owner of Streamline Government Contracts, a professional contract execution and management firm.
- Ed Friedman, owner of The Law Offices of Edward A. Friedman, a law firm specializing in entrepreneurs and other individuals, and various types of business entities, create, grow and maintain their businesses and interest.
- Brittany Gable from the SBA All Small Mentor-Protege program.
This is session #4 in our five-part procurement series but can be taken as a stand-alone session.
Intended audience: Growth
All workshops in this procurement series are designed for established businesses that are positioned to take on government work currently or in the next three-to-six months. If you are not familiar with contracting basics, or your company currently lacks the infrastructure to support a government contract win, we recommend that you do not sign up for this workshop.
Note Our Policies: Refunds or comps are available for classes cancelled by MWBC. All other refunds are not provided. MWBC only accepts credit card payments for training sessions. Attendees will not be permitted to enter the classroom until payment is received. Walks-in registrations are accepted only at the Montgomery County location. Register early to guarantee a seat. Women and men are invited to attend our training workshops.