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Increasing Access to Government Opportunities: HUBZone Small Business Program

March 2, 2016  Milwaukee
Start Date March 2, 2016
Time 9:00am - 11:30am
Facility Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce
Address 6815 W. Capitol Dr, Suite # 204
Milwaukee, WI 53216
Contact Info Benjamin Blanc
benjaminb@wispro.org
414-270-3600
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Federal agencies and Federal prime contractors are actively looking for certified, qualified HUBZone firms.  The Federal agency goal is 3%..  In FY2014, the actual spending under this program was only at 1.83% and in FY2015 (not final) 1.83% .  So far in FY16, spending with HUBZone firms is at only 1.34%.

If your business is located in the near north or near south sides of Milwaukee, Indian Land, Adams, Door, Burnett, Sawyer, Vilas, Menominee, Forest, Bayfield, Iron counties– your business may qualify for the Federal HUBZone program.

This event will introduce you to the benefits of the program, determine if your business is eligible and walk through the application process.  You will also learn how to leverage the HUBZone program to increase your access and sales with the Federal government and large Federal prime contractors.

FEATURED GUEST SPEAKERS:

Shane Mahaffy, (US SBA)
Kate Hill, Heartland Information Research, Inc. (HIR)
Wisconsin Procurement Institute (WPI)

NOTE: Attendees have the option of joining this program either in person or online. If you are joining in person, registration will be from 8:30am to 9:00am with the program from 9:00am to 11:30am.   We encourage you to attend in person – you will have the opportunity to network with other attendees and the presenters.

The program will be held at the Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce 6815 W Capitol Dr, suite # 204.

If you are joining us online, we will provide the log-in information to those registered.  Indicate when you are registering if you will be joining us in-person or online.

For more information, CLICK HERE.

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Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce (HWCC)

Small Business Administration

Wisconsin Procurement Institute