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7:30 am

12th Annual Veteran’s Small Business Conference

April 18 @ 7:30 am - 2:30 pm
Colorado Springs Marriot, 5580 Tech Center Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80919 United States
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$10

Don’t miss out on the year’s premier business training event for veteran entrepreneurs! Join the Colorado Small Business Development Center for a day full of training, resources and networking at the Colorado Springs Marriott. Looking to start a business? Learn how to utilize your skill set to lay the foundation for a successful venture. Already...

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9:30 am

Intro to PTAC (Aurora)

April 18 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am
Colorado PTAC Aurora, 14305 E. Alameda Ave, Suite 300
Aurora, CO 80012 United States
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Free

PTAC Counselor Kathryn Lobdell will inform you about PTAC’s free services, including Bid Match. This is a powerful search engine that will scrape publicized government bids matching your keywords and codes and will send that bid match directly to your email inbox. If you want to use PTAC services, this session is essential in order...

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1:00 pm

Marketing to Govt: It’s a Treasure Hunt! (Aurora)

April 18 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Colorado PTAC Aurora, 14305 E. Alameda Ave, Suite 300
Aurora, CO 80012 United States
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Free

This seminar provides step by step guidance for navigating Federal web sites such as the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO), Dynamic SB Search (DSBS) and the Federal Procurement Data Systems Next Generation (FPDS-NG) to locate teaming partners, subcontract opportunities and new markets with Federal agencies. Understanding how to use these resource tools for searching award history...

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1:30 pm

Protecting Your Company’s Intellectual Property as a Govt Contractor (Westminster)

April 18 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Colorado PTAC – Westminster, 12200 Pecos Street, Ste 100
Westminster, CO 80234 United States
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Free

Doing business with any government agency is different from commercial customers, and the Federal Government is even more precarious. This is especially true when your company’s intellectual property (IP)* is at stake. Whether you sell products or services, or perform research and development, you are most likely giving the government rights to YOUR IP that...

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