Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Government Market Master November seminars

We have six Government Market Master (tm) seminars scheduled for November and more coming soon for December through Spring 2013.

Until we get the real registration site up, email me for the details and to register- markamtower@gmail.com or call 301 924 0058 or 301 854 9493.

And don't forget to use the code GMM when you register to get a 20% discount.

All sessions are on campus at Capitol College, 11301 Springfield Rd, Laurel, MD 20708.  All sessions have limited seating (max 30) so get the full info now or contact me to register ASAP.

All courses include: Capitol College and Government Market Master™ Endorsed Certificate representing four (4) hours or eight (8) hours of Professional Development; all related materials, snack break, lunch (for full day events) and complimentary parking.

We offer certificate programs in sales, marketing, business development, social media and managing a government contracting company- all taught by front-line professionals.

Thursday, November 1, 8 AM-noon: LinkedIn for Government Contractors (speaker: Mark Amtower)

Thursday November 8, 8:00 AM- 5:00 PM: 8th Annual Amtower Summit on Selling Products to the Government (multiple speakers, including Larry Allen, Mark Amtower, Richard mackey and others)

Saturday, November 10, 8:00 AM-noon: B2G “Go-to-Market” Strategy, Planning and Execution (GMM-201) (speaker: Kevin P Young)
Saturday, November 10, 8:00AM-noon: Business Development: Strategy, Planning and Execution, Part 1 (must register for both part 1 & 2)

Wednesday, November 14, 1:00 - 5:00 PM: Simplified Acquisitions: A $15B Missed Opportunity for Small Government Contractors (Guy Timberlake)

Saturday, November 17, 8:00 AM- noon: Business Development: Strategy, Planning and Execution, Part 2 (must register for both part 1 & 2)

Details and schedules available upon request. Reserve your seat(s) now!

Discounts are available for 2 or more people from the same company.

We also welcome you suggestions for seminar topics.

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