The Guam Business Now conference is for companies that want to stop hearing about opportunities and start winning government business.
Tumon, Guam (PRWEB) April 6, 2009
G4i Channel™, in coordination with Northwestern University, today announced that they will be offering a series of training on how to find and win government contracts called the Guam Business Now conference at the Guam Marriott Spa and Resort starting May 1, 2009, the day following JGPO' Guam Industry Forum April 28-30, 2009.
Industry experts in capturing government contracts will teach six courses over this two day conference. "The Guam Business Now conference is for companies that want to stop hearing about opportunities and start winning government business." Says Chris Stahl, President of G4i Consulting, Inc. "Every business who attends the conference will be certified ready to work with the government."
G4i Channel, a next-generation online Non-Profit and Network Association established to connect Government Buyers and Contractors on a global basis, and Northwestern University have teamed to bring this world-class conference that promises to deliver each attendee the training they need to succeed, plus build long term business relationships through G4i Channel Membership as an added benefit for participating in the conference.
The Guam Business Now conference is for businesses and contractors looking to grow their government sector business. Each course is designed specifically to provide the participants knowledge and tools training for each of these core functional areas:
- Strategic Planning
- Business Development
- Compliancy Matrix & Proposals
- Cost Estimating
- Orals Coaching
- Earn Value Management
Descriptions of each training course and our pricing packages are available at Guam Business Now. The four and six course packages are valued at $5,000 in that they include both the two day training and a membership to G4i Channel; however, they actually cost less than $2,000 per attendee. Additionally, individual course pricing is available.
For additional information on G4i Channel and the Guam Business Now conference, contact Chris Stahl or visit G4i Channel.