Complimentary Managing Growth Workshop!
Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)
SBTRC-USDOT Partnering with
the City of Seattle is hosting a Complimentary How To Manage Growth workshop!
Getting Bigger and Better in Challenging Times
In this workshop we will take a look at The Formula For Success – what they never taught you in school. Today, the spoils and riches go to those people and organizations that can constantly adapt to new and better ways of doing things. The workshop is designed for you to learn some of the techniques, tools and skills that will allow you to take control of the growth process. Business owners and leaders today have found that developing a strategy and an implementation plan is far more effective than leaving the future to chance.
ü You will walk away from this session with a better understanding of:
how to define their vision, values and principles for their companies;
how to effectively implement a strategic business plan that will determine the success o their company;
how to create a sense of purpose and focus;
the value and elements of a strategic plan.
When & Where
The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) enters into successful partnerships with non-profit organizations such as, chambers of commerce, trade associations, educational institutions and business-centered community-based organizations to operate the Small Business Transportation Resource Centers (SBTRCs). The SBTRCs work closely with state and local transportation agencies located in their jurisdictions. They also assist firms that are interested in doing business with US DOT directly or with state, or local agencies receiving DOT funding.
Type of Services Provided
- Business Analyses, Market Research
- General Management & Technical Assistance
- Business Counseling
- Planning Committees
- Outreach/ Conference Participation
- Loan and Bond Assistance
- Women & Girls Internship Program
Eligible small businesses
- 8(a) firms
- disadvantaged business enterprises (DBE)
- women owned small business (WOB)
- service disabled veteran owned business (SDVOB)
- veteran owned small business (VOSB)