I offer business mentoring from dreaming and planning to launching or managing and growing your business for all industries from manufacturing to professional engineering services.
My mentoring approach is to coach you so that you can identify real issues, design right solutions to remove obstacles, analyze action plans, develop customer-focused solutions, strengthen capacity and capability to solve problems and build a successful track record.
If you have successfully sold products or services commercially for a few years and want to expand to become a Federal and state government contractor, you may benefit from my special government mentoring plan. It will help you quickly identify who is purchasing your products or services, master necessary business regulations for federal contracting, develop government marketing and sales skills, and learn to manage any size government projects. The easies entry to the Government market or the first recommended step is acquiring a GSA Schedule.
Almost all successful federal contractors have these 20-year GSA Schedule contracts The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules also known as Multiple Award Schedules (MAS) is long-term Federal government-wide contracts with commercial firms providing federal, state, and local government buyers access to more than 11 million commercial supplies (products) and services (from janitorial to professional engineering) at volume discount pricing.
Opportunities are increased as GSA is a major purchaser of products and services sold by small businesses – In 2020, the U.S. Government awarded 26.50 percent or $132.9 billion in federal contract dollars to small businesses. If you prepare your business, establish track record, and invest requisite time and money, you will become highly competitive in local, state, and federal bids.
The U.S. Government is still the largest buyer of goods and services in the world. In addition, states and local government as well as transit organizations nationwide collectively spend more than thousands of billions of dollars for procurement.