Category Archives: Small Business

Small Business Brown Bag March 2018

Scott –St. Louis AFCEA
Small Business Brown Bag

DATE: Thursday, March 29, 2018
TIME: 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Networking: 10:30 to 11:00 — Presentation: 11:00 to 12:30 and 30 minutes for Q&A’s

LOCATION: Southern Illinois Builders Association, 1468 Green Mount Drive, O’fallon, IL 62269

 

SPEAKER: Mark E. Klipsch, CEO of M.E. Klipsch & Associates LLC, a business marketing and strategy consulting firm. Mark is also a business development speaker and author of the #1 Best Seller – Marketing Mindset, as well as the Marketing Director of the St Louis SCORE chapter.

RSVP by Tuesday, March 27, 2018 to millerhooverm@missouri.edu or call at 618-979-5079

Topic: The Ultimate Marketing Plan: How to Target the Right Audience with the Right Message!

Description: In the lighting fast work of today’s business, doing things the same old way is a recipe for disaster. Plod along, doing what you’d always done – expecting better results, that’s insanity. My presentation combines storytelling, visuals aids, and a bit of the dramatic to convey the critical importance of proven marketing principles and fundamentals that when applied provide consistent success regardless of ever-changing media. You’ll learn a systematic approach to help you attract, keep, cultivate, and multiply customers so that your entire business grows more valuable and sustainable.

Key Messages:

*Right Message     *Right Market     *Right Media     *Efficient, Effective and Profitable

 

Small Business Brown Bag

Scott –St. Louis AFCEA
Small Business Brown Bag

DATE:
Friday, March 31, 2017

TIME:
11:30 AM –1:00 PM

LOCATION:
220 E State St, Suite 1E, O’Fallon, IL62269 (Old Opera House Mall)

SPEAKERS:
Thompson-Coburn Government Contract Attorneys—
Timothy Noelker, Scott Lane, and Jayna Rust

RSVP by Wednesday, March 29, 2017 to msabin (at) securboration.com or 618-917-0364

TOPICS

A Primer on Past Performance Issues
In selecting winning vendors, federal, state and local governments have typically looked at past contract performance information as part of their overall evaluation processes. Contractors that have a history of performing well have always enjoyed a better chance ofwinning than those that do not. Since the late 1990s the Federal Government began developing rules and regulations placing even more emphasison past performance. This presentation will review past performance procedures and suggest ways for you to manage the process toyour advantage.We will also provide instruction on challenging negative performance reviews before the Boards and the Court of Federal Claims.

Select Small Business Update
Among the many advantages of doing business with the Federal Government are the benefits it gives to small businesses.These benefits, however, come in a highly regulated environment that is changing often.This presentation will highlight recent developments that should assist small business contractors in their relationship with the Government.

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