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EBC 6th Government Matchmaking and Contract Teaming Forum
October 5, 2012 @ 7:30 am - 12:00 pm
This EBC Program will provide an opportunity for large, small, and disadvantaged companies to learn about each other’s services as they seek teaming opportunities for future private sector and government contracts. Businesses will learn first-hand from other environmental businesses about the services or equipment they provide for contract teaming opportunities.
The program will also provide attendees with the opportunity to hear about:
- The process toward becoming certified (as Small, Disadvantaged, Woman-Owned, etc.) by the U.S. Small Business Administration, and
- Environmental Program Opportunities with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
- Scott Acone, P.E., PMP, Chief, Military & Environmental Project Management Branch, New England District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- David Polatin, Assistant District Director/Business Development, Small Business Administration
A panel of speakers will be moderated by:
Arthur N. Mabbett
President, Mabbett & Associates, Inc.
The panel includes:
- Jonathan L. Feinstein, Senior Principal – Environmental, Vanasse Hangen Brustlin
- Wendi Goldsmith, CPG, CPSSc, CEO, Bioengineering Group
- Peter Delano, P.E., Prinicpal, Nobis Engineering, Inc.
- Donald M. Dwight, P.E., Associate Vice President, Federal Accounts Team – Environment, AECOM
- Paul Steinberg, P.E., LSP, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Mabbett & Associates, Inc.
This forum will provide each presenting company with the opportunity to make a brief (5 minute) presentation of their services. After six presentations there will be a networking break followed by more presentations and networking time. This is a "must attend" event to help all firms develop their strategic alliances for government procurements and other future bidding opportunities.
Each attendee will receive a detailed handout of all participating companies with contact information and services/equipment provided.
Finally, this EBC program will provide an opportunity for companies to showcase their services or equipment with a table top display.
Does your company provide environmental services, an environmental technology, or an environmental product?
Is your company interested in contracting with the government or subcontracting to government contractors?
Is your company a small business is one of these categories?
- Hubzone (SBA certified)
- Small Disadvantaged Business (SBA certified)
- 8(a) (SBA certified)
- Service Connected Disabled Veteran-owned
- Native American-owned
Is your company a government contractor that must subcontract to small disadvantaged businesses?
If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then plan to participate in the 6th Annual EBC Government Matchmaking Program on October 5, 2012!
There are three ways to participate:
- Register to attend and listen (or register an attendee as an additional staff member at your company’s showcasing table).
- Register to present your company’s services (5 minute presentation).
- Register to showcase your company with a tabletop display (this registration includes one complimentary staff person).
Presentation Submission: All presenters must submit a one slide PowerPoint presentation to the EBC no later than October 3, 2012. Please submit via email to: ebc @ ebcne.org and include "Matchmaking Presentation" in the subject line.
Registration and Continental Breakfast: 7:30am – 8:00am
Program: 8:00am – 12:00pm
Attendee or Presenter
EBC Member – $50*
Non-member – $80*
*After October 3rd and at the door, add $20.
Cancellations must be received by 5pm on October 3rd for a refund.
Showcasing (Includes a 6′ draped table and one attendee/presenter.)
EBC Member – $300**
Non-member – $500**
Government – $200**
**Showcasing deadline is October 2, 2012. No late showcasing registration.
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