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Collecting Corporate Coins

Tue 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Fortune 1000 companies may outsource up to 50%

or more of their expense budget with external suppliers, contractors, and service providers in an effort to right-size their operations for effectiveness and efficiencies. That would minimally represent a $1B spending budget for a $2B corporation, government agency, or institute.

Examine the number of vendors involved in managing your household which includes utilities, groceries, entertainment, repairs, security, appliances, etc. This is representative of your Supplier Base!

Just as you manage your Base, corporations are managing theirs and you should become an integral part of that system. If you have corporate contracts, consider how to expand your market into another industry by leveraging the same products and/or services.

This is the place you need to be to secure that bag! Get ready to capture the content and connections designed to help small business sell big by curating corporate spend secrets.

Complete your registration via Zoom: ZOOM to Collecting Corp Coins

Collecting Corporate Coins: this webinar will provide insight on how small and diverse business can strategize for entering and growing their revenue by contracting with larger corporations and/or adjacent industries to accelerate time to money.

Speaker(s): G'Sean Williams DrDanni

Co-Sponsor(s): Procurement & Supply Management

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Fee: No Cost

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