Federal government women-owned business contracting program
Join Ohio River Valley Women's Business Council (ORV~WBC), women business owners, & ORV~WBC corporate members for our Cleveland WBE Forum February luncheon, hosted and presented by McDonald Hopkins.
On Monday, Feb. 29, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Michelle F. Kantor, Member, McDonald Hopkins LLC, will discuss "Federal Government Women-Owned Business Contracting Program & Large Business Teaming Opportunities."
The Federal Government's Women Owned Small Business (WOSB) Contracting Program has not only provided women businesses with new and addition revenue streams, but also has helped large businesses to team on Federal contracts and meet subcontracting goals.
Advanced registration is required. Please click here to register by February 26.
Lunch will be provided. Parking rates not included.
- An overview of the WOSB program, its benefits, eligibility criteria and new program updates including sole source awards that can be a game changer to your business.
- How large businesses can team with women owned businesses and participate in federal contracts.
- ORV~WBC will also share what it has planned for Northwest Ohio in 2016.
McDonald Hopkins LLC
Fifth Third Center
600 Superior Avenue East, Suite 2100
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
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