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Power Pitch: Making a Great First Impression | PTAC webinar

Power Pitch: Making a Great First Impression | PTAC webinar

Thursday, October 8, 2020 10:00am to 11:00am
Free

 

Marketing is an essential part of your business.

Your ability to share your company’s vision with potential customers and partners can be the difference between failing and succeeding.

Creating the perfect high level power pitch will not guarantee that you will get a contract or new customers, but will improve your networking skills. It can increase your chances of meeting the person who can connect you to the right people, your potential for winning bids, and building strong relationships with contracting officers and prime government vendors.

Webinar Topics Include:

  • Overview of a capability statement
  • Learn how to write a high level power speech
  • Learn how to present and make a great first impression!

 

Speaker

Liz Brazil, Norcal PTAC Procurement Specialist

Liz has extensive experience with small and disadvantaged business enterprise programs working over 35 years for various Bay Area transportation agencies such as Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC), and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA).

 


Presented by Norcal PTAC

In collaboration with Northern CA SBDC


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