Hello Saint Louis!
I'm Guy Timberlake and I lead The American Small Business Coalition, a membership organization supporting companies that do business with federal civilian, defense and intelligence agencies as contractors and subcontractors since 2004.
Saint Louis is one of the great places I get to visit this year in the course of speaking at conferences, conducting private training and providing advisory support to companies seeking to get traction (or more traction) as they pursue federal contracts and subcontracts.
This week I'm meeting with a small business client who's growing their business in the DoD arena and we don't get started until Tuesday. So on Monday afternoon I'm buying appetizers at the Trainwreck Saloon at Westport Plaza for all who pre-register. That's the only catch! Pre-register and I buy more appetizers.
Other than paying your tab for beverages, there's no fee to attend, just let me know you're coming by completing the registration. Come on out and enjoy some networking!
Here's the special offer!
If you register by March 17th I'll send you a promo code to give you complimentary access to my online seminar '15 Reasons Simplified Acquisitions Should Be in Small Business Pipelines!' Did I mention companies have won actual business opportunities as a result of participating in this session?
I hoe to see you in Saint Louis on March 20th and for those that register by March 17th, I hope you enjoy the e-seminar!
About 'Go-To-Guy' Timberlake
‘Go-To’ Guy Timberlake is an accomplished veteran of federal contracting with nearly 30 years of experience, knowledge and relationships acquired in support of civilian, defense and intelligence agency programs since Operation Desert Storm. He’s called ‘Edutainer’ for his ability to make mundane discussions about business essential topics (like finding and winning federal contracts and subcontracts!) interesting, and presenting them so they are practical and sticky. Most important is that Guy is a devoted husband, a proud father and loves pizza night with his family and friends. ‘Go-To-Guy’ is the nickname given to him by his defense customers in the 1990’s.