Tri-Council event hosted in Las Vegas by Pacific Southwest MSDC, Western Regional MSDC and Northwest Mountain MSDC.
Here’s what you can expect:
Keynote Speaker – Bobby Herrera – “The Gift of Struggle”
A proud Army veteran, Bobby is the co-founder and president of Populus Group and author of The Gift of Struggle. With a passion for building strong culture and communities through trust and storytelling, his leadership style is about empowerment, connections, and ensuring everyone has the opportunity to succeed. He was recognized as a “Top Ten Most Trusted CEO” by Stephen M.R. Covey in 2016. Bobby’s passion is helping people see their struggles in a new light – as a source of empowerment to grow as leaders.
Panel Discussion with Q&A Session:
What are Development & Corporate Connections That Work?
Meet-the-Buyer Roundtable Connections
You don’t want to miss this segment. Get ready for an exciting and interactive session of roundtable conversations with top corporations. Make excellent connections with many outstanding corporations and learn more about their opportunities and processes. More details to follow.
For more information about this event, please contact:
Rose Davis, WRMSDC Director of Corporate Services & MBE Development (Nevada)
702-996-6158 | email@example.com
Have questions about Tri-Council Minority Business Mega Summit?
Contact The Western Regional Minority Supplier Development Council (WRMSDC)
Alliance Northwest is the largest business-to-government conference in the Pacific Northwest. This event features keynote speakers, high quality workshops and matchmaking session with government agencies and prime contractors.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Businesses interested in selling to the government and prime contractors.
- Prime contractors and government buyers seeking to outreach small and diverse businesses.
Licensed Contractors and Landscape Professionals are invited to participate in this free three-part training to install City of Seattle and King County Rain Wise rebate-funded rain gardens and/or cisterns on private property in specific Seattle neighborhoods. This training is required for contractors who want to participate in the program. Click here to view event flyer. Attendance required for all three sessions:
- Monday, 3/11 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
- Wednesday, 3/13 from 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
- Saturday, 3/16 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
RainWise Contractor Training is the way for contractors to become recognized by the program as being qualified to perform these installations. Rebates are only given to those installations done by recognized contractors. Training includes RainWise specifications and how to apply for rebates.
For more information on RainWise check out rainwise.seattle.gov
This event will provide the consultant community with information about upcoming opportunities to do business with the City of Seattle. There will be department representatives from, Seattle Public Utilities (SPU), Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), Seattle City Light (SCL), and Seattle Department of Finance and Administration (FAS).
Contract Managers will present information on several designs, engineering services, and support services projects. Contract Managers and other staff will be available to speak one-to-one with consultants and consultants will also have time to network with each other.
Due to room size, advance registration is requested. Registration will also help develop a distribution list for future events. Register Today!
The OAME Trade Show & Luncheon is designed for purchasers and buyers from the Public and Private agencies to network with Minority, Women, Emerging Small Businesses and Veteran-owned businesses.
The Trade show is FREE to anyone who would like to market their business or simply network and make connections!