Reston, VA (PRWEB) November 12, 2008
mySBX and Set-Aside Alert have agreed to leverage their expertise and capabilities to deliver increased value to their members through a joint promotional agreement. Set-Aside Alert will utilize the mySBX platform to offer their rich small business information service to mySBX members. The mySBX platform will enable its members to join the Set-Aside Alert information network to grow their businesses in new, creative ways.
"We are excited about this partnership and what it could mean to our members" said Jeff White, President of mySBX. "Our members are already connecting and collaborating in transformative ways. This collaboration will provide an enhanced suite of tools for members to grow their businesses and succeed."
Tom Johnson, publisher of Set-Aside Alert, believes this agreement will allow mySBX members to dramatically improve the success of their efforts in the federal prime and subcontracting marketplace. "Our information service provides timely and insightful information to our subscribers. Now, in combination with mySBX, they can put that information to use in new and innovative ways. Subscribers will be able to respond more successfully to contract opportunities by utilizing the mySBX network to find teaming partners or subcontracting arrangements."
Built by business for business - mySBX is a first of its kind collaborative platform for government contractors to find teaming partners, share information, exchange billable opportunities, and access valuable insight into best of breed vendors and services to grow their business. Visit http://www.mysbx.com for more information.
About Set-Aside Alert
Business Research Services, publishes Set-Aside Alert, the leading newsletter focused on small business issues and contracting news, including minority-, woman-, and veteran-owned businesses, as well as 8(a), HUBzone and others. Visit http://www.setasidealert.com for more information. In addition, the company publishes the top-quality electronic directory of 8(a) firms (http://www.sba8a.com) and databases of minority and woman-owned businesses.