Learn how to secure government contracts
NAWBO-IE hosts business expert on October 20, 2011
Corona, CA – Business owners: Learn how to navigate through the system and secure those government contracts! A must in today’s market. Join Christina Jones of Province Consulting at the meeting of the Inland Empire chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO-IE) as she shares “How to Obtain Government and Private Sector Business Contracts.” This breakfast meeting will be held Thursday, October 20th, 8:30 to 10:30 at the Eagle Glen Golf Club, 1800 Eagle Glen Parkway, Corona, CA 92883. For tickets, visit www.nawbo-ie.org. First-time visitors will pay the member rate.
The Federal Government awards nearly $1 billion in contracts annually to small business owners. Christina Jones, an expert in government contracts, will offer insights and information on how businesses can secure these funds. Don’t miss this chance to get the inside scoop and details to help your business grow.
Attendees will discover:
· Why government contracts are important in today’s market
· Why all certifications are not created equal
· Which certifications businesses should pursue
· “I’m certified. So now what?”: What to do after receiving your certification.
Christina Jones is the Vice President of Province Consulting, Inc. (PCG) based in Corona, California. PCG is a minority-owned, service-disabled veteran owned business charged with the responsibility of helping small business owners successfully enter the government contracting arena. Ms. Jones assists small businesses in accessing new revenue streams through certifications, proposal writing, and business development. A practiced senior consultant with over 20 years of accomplishments, Ms. Jones has led high-impact projects for Fortune 500 companies and small businesses, personally assisting several small businesses with procuring contracts in excess of $5 million dollars over the past few years.
About NAWBO-IE: One of 80 chapters nationwide, NAWBO-IE is the premier organization for women business owners in the Inland Empire. The power of their voice on business and economic issues affecting women-owned businesses is heard in Sacramento and at the national level. Their goal is to promote and enhance the growth and profitability of its member businesses. NAWBO-IE sponsors educational and informational programs and engages in public policy efforts.
NAWBO-IE events are always informative and provide opportunities for relationship building. To find out more about the vision and objectives of NAWBO-IE, the benefits of joining , or becoming a corporate partner, please visit www.nawbo-ie.org