Want to win bigger Federal contracts, but don’t always have the capability to self-perform the work? Or…about to out-grow your small business size standard, and need a strategy for robust transition into mid-tier?
Done correctly, a joint venture under a mentor-protégé program can expand both partners’ capabilities, open up whole new streams of revenue and create a foundation for strong growth transitions. Miss a step, though, and you’ll risk serious negative consequences.
Join us to explore cooperative contractor relationships – including teaming and joint ventures. These strategies are getting more attention than ever from small and large businesses alike, and for good reason. The Small Business Administration’s new “All Small” mentor-protégé program made it easier than ever for contractors to partner up with a mentor or protégé, and to form joint ventures for powerful competitive advantages.
- How SBA’s Mentor-Protégé program works and who is eligible
- What special advantages mentors &proteges have under this program
- Common pitfalls and risks, and strategies to avoid them
- Best practices for setting up a compliant Joint Venture agreement
Presentation: Just 30 minutes!
Then, I'll open chat lines for your questions for our guest!
MARIA L. PANICHELLI is a Partner with Cohen Seglias of Washington DC and Philadelphia. As a member of the Federal Group, Maria represents a national client base of prime
and sub-contractors, with a focus on federal construction contracting, and small business procurement issues.
The webinar is free. What you'll learn is priceless.