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2010 B2G Essentials™ Conference on November 3rd!

2010 B2G Essentials™ Conference - Call For Speakers

On November 3, 2010, The American Small Business Coalition will host the 2010 B2G Essentials™ Conference at the Arlington Doubletree Hotel in Crystal City, VA. This one day event will feature networking, industry education and market intelligence topics during more than twenty breakout sessions and discussion panels, a fantastic keynote speaker luncheon and a special edition Business Over Breakfast™ to get the whole thing underway.

The conference theme is:

Collaborate-to-Learn B2G Business. Collaborate-to-Win B2G Business.™

In order to best leverage the many resources available in the government sector, we are issuing this call for speakers to assist in development of the industry education and market intelligence content to be delivered. Interested professionals may visit to submit a proposal to be considered to present at the November conference.

Information for Interested Presenters

The 2010 B2G Essentials Conference is an opportunity for novice and experienced industry professionals to network and benefit from the delivery of information related to business operations and business development in the government sector. The goal of the conference is to equip attendees with accurate, up-to-date information they can use to be successful in FY2011 and beyond. Proposals for presentations must address one of the following topic areas:

Market Intelligence/Business Development Topics

  • Procurement Trends for FY11
  • Agency Forecasts for FY11
  • Major Programs for FY11

Presentations in these topic areas should address one or more of the disciplines/market segments:

  • Information Technology Products and Services
  • Solutions for the Cyber Domain
  • Human Capital Management/Organizational Development/Training
  • Construction and Facilities Management
  • Advertising, Marketing, Public Relations, Web Design, Integrated Marketing Solutions
  • Doing Business in the U.S. Intelligence Community

Industry Education for Business Operations

  • Impact of Legislative and Policy Changes Changes on Government Contractors
  • Proposal Development
  • Market Research
  • Business Development/Capture Management
  • Capture Process
  • and more.

Submitting a Proposal

  • You may submit more than one proposal for this event.
  • Submit a separate form for each topic session proposed.
  • Sessions are forty-five minutes in length. Discussion panels are allotted eighty minutes.
  • Complete and submit all areas of the form below.
  • If you have any questions, contact us at
  • Note: If this proposal is being submitted by someone other than the actual speaker(s), please complete the 3rd Party Contact Information section.
  • Proposals will be accepted until Friday, August 13, 2010 (Subject to change.)
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