Widener’s Small Business Development Center Offers Seminar on Finding Government Procurement Opportunities

CHESTER, Pa. – Marketing your goods and services to federal, state, or local government agencies can present a substantial growth opportunity for your business. The Widener SBDC is offering a seminar to help small businesses find and secure government contracts on Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Widener SBDC located at 1350 Edgmont Ave, Chester, Pa.

This seminar is designed for individuals whose companies are registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) to qualify for government work and want to develop or refine skills for finding new opportunities.

This seminar is offered at no cost to you. For additional dates or to reserve a space, please call: 610-619-8490 or visit www.widenersbdc.org.

The Widener University Small Business Development Center provides Delaware County small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs with consulting and educational opportunities to help them start, grow and prosper. All of our consulting services are strictly confidential. For more information, visit the Widener SBDC website at www.widenersbdc.org.

The Widener SBDC is one of 18 Small Business Development Centers in Pennsylvania and is an accredited affiliate of the national network of Small Business Development Centers. Funding support from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the U.S. Small Business Administration and the SBDC host institutions enables consulting services to be provided at no charge to the client. For more information on the Pennsylvania Small Business Development Centers’ services and impact, visit www.pasbdc.org.