The US Government alone spends more than $500 billion annually for various products and services, yet each year, thousands of contracts bypass small businesses that do not know about or understand how the government buys. Opportunities 2016 is your chance to learn how you can tap into this lucrative market. It is a regional biennial "reverse" trade show and conference.
Networking with other small businesses at Opportunities could lead to short-term and long-term contracting partnerships. Here are a few tips to help you prepare for networking before, during and after the conference. Networking 101 Have your elevator…Read more
We are happy to announce that Gloria Larkin, President of TargetGov, will be a speaker at Opportunities 2016. She is a nationally known speaker, author, trainer and federal contracting business development expert. Her expertise has developed…Read more
The US Government alone spends more than $500 billion annually for various products and services. Yet each year, thousands of contracts bypass small businesses that do not know about or understand how the government buys. Opportunities…Read more
The NC Education Lottery contracts with small businesses to to comply with the Standards Initiative promulgated by the North American Association of State and Provincial Lotteries. The NCEL has had several open requests for proposals for products and services including instant ticket printing services, gaming systems and services, and professional advertising and media services.
Curtiss-Wright provides highly engineered products and services with a focus on advanced technologies for high performance platforms and critical applications.
The Support Center is a statewide nonprofit and Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) that provides small business loans and financial training to start-ups and existing businesses and lending services to community-based organizations. Since 1990, The Support Center has been offering services to create economic opportunities for individuals, families and entrepreneurs throughout North Carolina. Our primary activities include small business lending, business services, our Western Women’s Business Center, and policy research. Learn more at TheSupportCenter-NC.org.