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Charlotte Amalie
Thursday, November 30, 2023


If you want to do business with the Federal Government and commercial sectors, year 2003 will be full of changes and opportunities in this marketplace. The perfect time and place to learn about it and develop your business is by attending:

Congresswoman Donna M. Christensen's
2nd Annual Small, Minority, and
Women-Owned Business
Procurement Conference
Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
December 3-6, 2002

We will provide valuable information you need to succeed with the Federal Government and commercial sectors.
Topics include:
* Financing your Business * Marketing to the Government * Teaming Agreements * Contract Bundling * How to Start your Business * Identifying New Business Markets
* Government Procurement Regulations Today and Tomorrow
* And much more
Also, this is a great opportunity to network with key representatives from various Government agencies, including: Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Labor, NASA, Department of Transportation, Department of Interior, Department of the Navy, Department of the Army, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Department of Justice, Department of State, USDA and others.
Conference attendees will have an opportunity to meet with senior representatives from several multi-national businesses including SAIC, IBM, Raytheon, Visa, and more.
Reduced rate for Virgin Islands' businesses:
$100.00 per person
(Includes all conference activities except for the Black-Tie Dinner)
Black-Tie Banquet Gala: $50.00 per person
WHEN: December 3-6, 2002
WHERE: Divi Carina Resort, St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands
For additional information and to register call 1 (800) 723-5922 or
visit: www.resourcenetwork.net/VIConference.

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