Workshop: Mentor Protege Overview

about this event

date
Tuesday, February 20
time
12–1:30 pm
location
Virtual

event description

Are you new to the 8(a) program?  Are you ready to plan your exit strategy?  Establishing a Mentor-Protégé relationship is a great way to build past performance, build capacity to pursue larger government contracts, and continue to bid on set-aside procurement opportunities after your 8(a)-certification expired.  Attend the Mentor-Protégé workshop to learn how Mentor Protégé programs work and how you can use it to slingshot your company to faster success in federal contracting.

event presenter

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Angie Duncanson, Program Manger

Angie Duncanson is the Bowie BIC 8(a) Center of Excellence (COE) Program Manager. Her professional background is in Economic Development, Small Business Consulting/Counseling and Business Development Training. Angie has worked in economic development since 2007 beginning as a Small Business Specialist with PGCEDC and as a Business Consultant/Instructor with SBDC. Angie has a bachelor’s degree in English and a master’s degree in public administration from Troy University in Troy, Alabama that she earned while working as the American Red Cross Station Manager with the US Navy in Sigonella, Sicily

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Schedule a meeting to learn more about our 8(a) Accelerator and becoming a Bowie BIC Member.

success story

what clients say

The most valuable asset of the 8(a) Accelerator is bringing the small business cohort together as a group and inviting legacy graduates to participate as speakers.

Taija Thomas
President/Principal, Lion Solutions, LLC