Starting Tuesday 7/20: Revenue Growth with Federal Contracts

Wisconsin District Office--July 19, 2021

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Starting July 20: Revenue Growth with Federal Contracts

Contracting Assistance Programs

 

The federal government awards more than $100 billion in federal contracts each year to small businesses--nearly $1 billion in Wisconsin alone.Network, strategize, and take steps towards certification with this week's programs devoted to helping you expand your revenue-making with federal contracting. . 

Partnering with Purpose: Challenges in Developing Successful Business Teams and Partnerships (with WPI), July 20, 10 am  Understand risk mitigation, offer legal insights into teaming approaches and agreements, and locating good partners or team members.

Marketing Your Federal Contract (with GSA), July 20, 1 pm  Developing a federal marketing and sales strategy can help you achieve success in the federal sector. 

15th Annual Government Opportunities Business Conference (with WPI), July 22, 8 am  SBA's Wisconsin District Director Eric Ness will be speaking at this important full day conference. Also participating: Defense Contract Management Agency, Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., Husch Blackwell, and Boeing.

SBA Women-Owned Small Business federal contracting webinar series, starts July 22, 2pm Learn how to apply for WOSB certification and get program updates. 


More SBA Trainings

 

Back to Basics  SBA's regular funding and contracting programs, along with SBA's partners, can help your business growth post-pandemic  Aug 4, 10 am

COVID Tax Relief for Employers and Business Owners, Aug 12, 1 pm

Partnering with Purpose: A Roadmap to Developing Successful Teams and Partnerships (with WPI),  Aug 17, 10 am


Resource Partner Trainings Online--and In Person!

 

El Plan de Negocio Esencial (WWBIC), July 19, 6 pm

Leading with Emotional Intelligence (SBDC), July 20, 8:30 am

Partnering with Purpose: Challenges in Developing Successful Business Teams and Partnerships (WPI), July 20, 10 am

 Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Small Business Websites (SBDC), July 21, 10 am

The Power of Credit (WWBIC), July 21, 6 pm

Cup of Joe Networking Event (WWBIC), July 22, 8 am

ABC's of Business Plan (WWBIC), July 22, 1 pm

Marquette Law School Entrepreneurship Clinic Hours, July 23, 12 pm

Friday Feature: Is It Time to Sell? (WWBIC)  July 23, 1 pm

How to Organize an Online Pop-up Sale (Western WI WBC), July 29, 10:30 am

Cashflow, Cashflow, Cashflow! (WWBIC), July 29, 1 pm

New!! Become the Social Media Boss of Your Business (VBOC-for woman vets and veteran spouses), July 29, 1 pm

Be the Boss of Your Money (WWBIC), July 29, 6 pm

First Steps to Starting a Business (SBDC)-3-session course starts Aug 4, 7 pm

Start a Small Business in Eight Steps (Western WI WBC),  Aug 11, 6 pm

New!! Free Tools, Tips & Resources from Your Local Libraries (SBDC-Madison, IN PERSON), Aug 12, 10 am

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Stay Up to Date

Follow us on Twitter at @SBA_Wisconsin and visit us online at www.sba.gov.

The best sources of accurate information on SBA relief programs are  www.sba.gov/relief and www.sba.gov/asistencia in Spanish. Coronavirus relief information is also available in 17 languages here

For Economic Injury Disaster Loans, which are available through Dec. 31, 2021, visit www.sba.gov/disaster.

Looking for the login portal for SBA loans, grants, or government contracting? Find it here

To contact the SBA Wisconsin office, email wisconsin@sba.gov.