Chamber hosts government contracting seminar March 15th
March 14, 2012 by Sarah
Over the course of the next few weeks, the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce will be offering local professionals both networking and educational opportunities through Business Before Hours and the Tech Thursdays series.
As most businesspeople are already aware, it’s impossible to stay solvent without a steady number of customers. Given the way job situations and the economy are constantly changing, however, it’s tougher in some industries than others. Interestingly enough, the United States government is one of the most dependable clients a small business can have. With its financing and its endless need for goods and services, this is an income stream that’s not always properly explored. Better yet, managers don’t even have to leave the office to make a pitch.
On March 15th, George Griffin of the Small Business & Technology Development Center will be presenting “How to Find Government Contracts on the Internet”. Although this event is free to attend, organizers are asking people to register ahead of time. Starting at 8:30 am and concluding at 10:30 am, this seminar will be 2 hours well spent.
Moving from concepts that’ll likely require digital business cards to one where regular business card printing will be necessary, Business Before Hours is holding an event on the 22nd. Being hosted at Sam’s Club in Greensboro, local business owners are being invited to come out and interact with one another in a friendly atmosphere before heading off to work.
In any case, the Greensboro Chamber has done a fantastic job arranging events for its members this month.