San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
~ Seats are going fast ~
TUESDAY, MARCH 7, 2017
At the Next MTA Business Focused Breakfast
"Success as an 8(a) and Beyond"
The Tower Club at Tyson's Corner
Doors Open at 7 AM - 9 AM
We look forward to an exciting discussion with seasoned Federal Agency officials and industry leaders who will discuss the necessary steps on succeeding in the 8(a) program with options after graduating. This Article describes how a company can be a successful 8(a) business.
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$49 MTA Member
(price includes hot breakfast)
Our Featured Speakers
Antonio Doss was appointed District Director of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Washington Metropolitan Area District Office in December 2013 after serving as Acting Director since March 2013. As District Director, he oversees the delivery of SBA’s small business financing products, contracting programs, and entrepreneurial coaching services in Washington, DC, Northern Virginia and Suburban Maryland.
Mr. Jerry A. Miles, Esq.
Founder, Deale Services
Deale Services is A “smart” law and consulting firm, the firm infuses experience, efficiency, and quality into its flexible and commoditized service offerings for government and construction contractors. The firm’s standard is to be a true business teammate, not a tax, so that it can simultaneously increase the quality and frequency of its clients’ business transactions.
Who should attend? CEO's and Business Developers who are interested in business growth strategies. All 8(a) firms who are entering the prgrams or graduating from the program are strongly encouraged to attend.
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When & Where
Mid-Tier Advocacy, Inc.
Mid-Tier Advocacy, Inc. - MTA a 501(c)3 non-profit organization was established to work toward the elimination of the competitive disadvantage facing mid-tier government support service companies. A nonpartisan organization, MTA provides resources and public awareness through issue forums and structured branded events. As such, we leverage the collective voice for mid-tier firms in response to federal policies that impact their growth and sustainability.
MTA consists of federal contractors that represent a cross section of industries-from information technology, professional services to suppliers. These businesses service federal, state, and local governments, and employ millions of Americans across the nation. In support of these firms, MTA also serves as a vehicle for business growth and development by educating member firms on current business practices, teaming and partnering opportunities.
To learn more about Mid-Tier Advocacy, visit www.midtier.org.