Learn How to Grow Business in the Federal Government Market Place during Small Business Week with Road Map Consulting LLC Government Procurement Expert Michael Perch

Road Map Consulting Principal Consultant, Michael Perch continues SBA 8(a) SCORE Workshop series with latest installment on best practice tips. The workshop will be taught at the Washington, D.C. chapter of SCORE’s office on Wednesday, June 19th.

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Michael Perch, Principal Consultant at RoadMap Consulting, LLC.

Michael Perch, Principal Consultant at RoadMap Consulting, LLC.

Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) June 18, 2013

Michael Perch, principal consultant at Road Map Consulting LLC. (RMC), is continuing his SCORE DC workshop series with SCORE 8(a) Company Best Practices Workshop held on Wednesday, June 19th at the SCORE Washington, D.C. Chapter office located at 740 15th Street, NW from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.

This workshop is designed for certified SBA 8(a) that have not fulfilled their projected levels of federal government contract business and need direction. Topics discussed will include: subcontracting, partnering, bidding, and market analysis.

Perch, a SCORE Mentor, has successfully navigated the SBA 8(a) program and grew his former company to over $12 million dollars in revenue with offices spanning 5 states before selling it in 2006. Currently, he and his team of government procurement specialists at RMC tote a 100% designation approval rate for their clients. During this workshop, he will share real-life tested and proven strategies and tactics that will successfully propel an 8(a) company.

EVENT DETAILS
What – SCORE 8(a) Company Best Practices Workshop
Time – 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location – 740 15th Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005
Click here to register (https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?llr=87iq8rcab&oeidk=a07e6rji9eled19db1a)

The staggering statistic that over 60% of all SBA Certified 8(a) companies never receive one contract, while in the nine (9) year program, bears evidence business owners must strategize in order to get the maximize benefit of this designation. The other two classes Perch teaches in this series are entitled “How to gain SBA 8(a) Certification” and “I am 8(a) Certified, Now What Do I Do?”

Michael Perch has been active in the SCORE Washington, DC Chapter since 2007. Perch also teaches workshops on Project Management, GSA Schedules and Marketing to the Federal Government.

This half-day SCORE workshop is geared toward women and minority business owners who want to learn how to conduct business with the government. It will provide practical advice on how to position an 8(a) business to obtain government contracts and offer an overview of the required infrastructure. The registration fee for this event is $30.00 for online event registration and $40.00 for on-site registration. Click here (https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?llr=87iq8rcab&oeidk=a07e6rji9eled19db1a) to register today.

The U.S. Small Business Administration’s 8(a) Business Development Program offers small business owners resources and support to help grow their businesses through counseling, training workshops, management and technical guidance, and access to government contracting opportunities. The main goal of the program is to help owners of small businesses that are considered socially or economically disadvantaged become thriving competitors in the federal marketplace.

More About Road Map Consulting LLC: Michael Perch is the Principal Consultant at Road Map Consulting, LLC. (RMC). RMC provides consultation on federal and state government contracting, financial management, project management, proposal writing and business coaching. Based in the Washington, D.C. Metro area, the firm delivers winning strategies for every stage of marketing to the government by helping business owners secure federal designations and obtain contract vehicles. With an experienced staff boasting over 75 years of experience, the company has maintained a 100% approval rate for 8(a) applications and GSA proposals submissions.