2013 National Veterans Small Business Conference in St. Louis
The Department of Veterans Affairs is hosting the National Veterans Small Business Conference from Aug. 6-8 in St. Louis.
(PRWEB) July 31, 2013
What: The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), in collaboration with other federal agencies and commercial partners, is hosting the National Veterans Small Business Conference (NVSBC) from Aug. 6-8 at the America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis. This event is an extraordinary opportunity for Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSB) to connect directly with government and commercial Procurement Decision Makers (PDM), and business partners. NVSBC is the premier government event designed to help the Veteran entrepreneur community to maximize their opportunities to compete for and win new business.
Media please register at http://www.nationalveteransconference.com/media/.
When: Aug. 6-8, 2013
Who: The Department of Veterans Affairs
Where: America’s Center Convention Complex in St. Louis (Please use Washington Avenue entrance.)
Background: The upcoming event will provide multiple opportunities for small businesses to network and identify business opportunities. Attendees will have access to more the 450 representatives from over 25 federal agencies and 35 commercial firms including more than 300 Procurement Decision Makers (program managers and contracting officers), and 47 senior leaders from the Department of Veterans Affairs. They have committed to spend three days engaging with participants in a variety of settings that will provide the access that is vital to successful business development, to include:
- Training and Business Requirement Sessions
- Dining with Decision Makers (breakfast and lunch)
- Networking Round Tables
- Conference Receptions
- Expo Hall of over 300 Exhibits
More information is available at http://www.nationalveteransconference.com.
List of Major Corporations Seeking to do Business with Veteran Owned Small Businesses: http://nationalveteransconference.com/pdm/.
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