Learn how to grow your business and increase your bottom line by developing a roadmap for doing business with large corporations and government agencies.
SANTA ANA, California-The Asian Business Association Orange County will host its 3rd annual Business Matchmaking Development Workshops (BMW). The workshops assist all small business owners get contracts with large corporations and government agencies. Business owners will learn, understand, and discover the ins and outs of large corporations and government contracting.
Workshops will be held at the Southern California Gas Company’s Energy Resource Center, 9240 Firestone Blvd., Downey, CA 90241, Thursday, August 2nd and Friday, August 3rd, from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Graduates will be eligible to attend a Practice “Business Matchmaking” Conference, where they will have an opportunity to sharpen their sales pitch and get feedback from sourcing agents.
“I recommend these Workshops to companies that want to grow using government and corporate contracts. I learned the ins and outs of government contracting and how to market my company. I’ve won over $200,000 in contracts with different agencies”, said Charlene Hesketh, BMW graduate and owner of Photomation in Anaheim, CA.
“We are proud that we have produced over 100 graduates who have been awarded over $50 million dollars in government and private sector contracts. We teach successful strategies, processes, and steps to gain contracting opportunities”, said Lily Otieno, Chair of BMW and owner of Infinity Business Solutions in Buena Park, CA.
Business owners are strongly encouraged to sign up early to get a combined deal – pay for the workshops and attend the Practice match making and PROCON for no additional costs.
Graduates will be qualified and have an opportunity to meet with buyers from FORTUNE 1000 companies and government procurement officers, at the PROCON and Business Matchmaking Conference.
“Disneyland Resort was the proud host of last year’s PROCON event. Over 400 diverse business owners and corporate representatives were in attendance and able to network and discuss potential procurement opportunities. We value our partnership with the ABAOC in providing development opportunities for MWBE’s and look forward to another successful event,” said Carrie Nocella, Director, Government Relations and Minority Business Development, The Disneyland Resort.
The Asian Business Association of Orange County (ABAOC), founded in 1992, is a non-profit organization serving the needs of the growing Asian American businesses in Orange County. ABAOC has organized many networking mixers, procurement events and outreach programs. Our mission is to provide Asian Americans the opportunity to gain access to economic advancement through networking, education and community representation. For more information about ABAOC, please call the ABAOC office at (949) 222-2291 or visit their website at www.abaoc.org.