FREE SMALL BUSINESS SEMINAR
The next workshop will be held on Monday, August 10, 2009 9:00am - Noon & Tuesday, August 11, 2009 9:00am - Noon, at the 28460 Ave Stanford, Valencia (in the suite next to the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce Office), For more information call 661-294-9375.
As you weave through the challenges of the economy, did you know your business might qualify to tap into over 1 trillion dollars in government contracts? Now you can learn how to compete for these funds in a free seminar.
Each year over 1 trillion dollars in government contracts are issued to small businesses in the United States. Of the roughly 22 million small businesses in the country, only one percent of them participate in any type of government contract bidding. The College of the Canyons Small Business Development Center wants to help that number increase by educating local small business owners on how to better compete for these government contracts.
Join the College of the Canyons Small Business Development Center to learn how your company can begin bidding and winning these lucrative contracts. The seminar is free.
For more information please call the COC Small Business Development Center, (661) 294-9375 or click here for more information .
Click here for more information about the Santa Clarita Small Business Development Center, SBDC .
This is the one seminar in Santa Clarita this year that will be worth your attendance.
Here's what other Santa Clarita Business owners are saying about this seminar:
Danielle Cooper, CPA - Owner of Veracity Tax - Santa Clarita
New California Construction Contracting Program in Santa Clarita!
A new strategically placed California Construction Contracting Program (CCCP), is located within the existing Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at the SCV Chamber. The program offers FREE training and counseling to enhance local business owner’s ability to bid for and win government contracts.
All are encouraged to attend and learn first-hand, from an expert team of trained consultants, who intimately understand Caltrans and local agencies’ bidding and award processes as current and former contractors and business owners. The program is a partnership between the State of California Caltrans , the California Community College Economic and Workforce Development Program, and College of the Canyon’s SBDC program.