To honor those who have served our country, all Veterans are invited to order AT NO COST, the Veterans Business Opportunities with the Federal Government Teleconference.
* All Teleconferences are one hour in duration *
Veterans looking for opportunities to do business with the US Government or to improve their current government sales strategies and performance will benefit by attending this complimentary one-hour teleconference.
Included with this NO COST teleconference is the 37-page Toolkit, created exclusively for this Veterans teleconference which includes the following:
· 13 Steps Guide: How To Do Business With The Government
· Registrations Required for Federal Government Contracting
· Small Business Program
···Doing Business with:
-Department of Defense
-Federal Civilian Agencies
To order at NO COST the audio and toolkit downloads for this teleconference click here.Expert Speakers: Daryl Hill, Mark "Hawk" Thomas and Gloria Larkin
Daryl Hill, Live Patriot
Daryl Hill is the founder of Live Patriot LLC, established in February 2009, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Business that is the premier veteran business network. Live Patriot brings both offline and online services to give veterans the help they need in running their businesses. Daryl connects the community by bringing counselors, veteran programs, and events within the reach of veteran entrepreneurs.
Daryl finished his active duty tour in 2007 and is currently serving in the Marine Reserves where he is providing his expertise in internet marketing for the Marine For Life Program. The program’s purpose is to connect Marines to career opportunities as they transition out of the Marine Corps. After accomplishing his goals in the Marine Corps he opted to go off active duty to enter into the world of entrepreneurship. But still wanting to serve in some capacity, he elected to serve as a Home Town Link in the Marine For Life Program. Using his natural networking abilities to connect with others, he has helped Marines and sailors all over the country navigate and network in their communities to meet their transitioning needs.
Daryl attended Boston University and received his Master’s in Science and Business Administration. He runs his own internet marketing company since 2004, where he handles online marketing, search engine optimization and ecommerce. He is also member of the Small Business Task Force for the American Legion, where he speaks to veterans about internet marketing. He also volunteers for the Veteran Business Outreach Center in Boston, MA to talk to veterans about helping them integrate an online business plan.
Mark "Hawk" Thomas
Managing Counsel, Reid Law
Mark R. “Hawk” Thomas is Managing Counsel at Reid Law, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) law firm specializing in government contracts, intellectual property, and business ventures. Colonel Thomas is an attorney, engineer, aviator, author, and career military officer with more than twenty-five years combined experience in federal technology development, government contracting, and legal advocacy.
Colonel Thomas represents companies seeking to establish, protect, or enhance their presence in government markets. His practice is exclusively tailored to guiding clients through the legal complexities, bureaucratic barriers, technical challenges, and business decisions inherent to transactions and disputes involving commercial enterprises and federal agencies. Colonel Thomas provides clients with specialized legal counsel arising from a unique confluence of senior acquisition credentials, broad technology expertise, seasoned business acumen, and focused legal skills, together with the intrinsic synergy and superior value arising from these qualifications in a single advisor.
An electrical engineer and flight test officer by training, Colonel Thomas’ exemplary military career included assignments as technology architect of the U.S. Air Force’s conventional weapons portfolio; the Defense Department’s future joint, interagency, and multinational war fighting capability; and the Federal Government’s combined nuclear command and control system. He coauthored the first joint tactical missile technology roadmap in the Department of Defense, led an unprecedented government-industry initiative to provide military launch and on-orbit support for commercial satellite systems, and spearheaded the most successful military aircraft modernization program in the United Kingdom’s recent history. Colonel Thomas later commanded the U.S. Air Force’s fledgling Space Development & Test Group, leading more than 500 personnel and directing a $1.3 billion annual budget. He is a Joint Specialty Officer, Department of Defense Senior Acquisition Corps member, recipient of the Air Force Association’s Lieutenant General Richard C. Henry Leadership Award, and was twice named Company Grade Officer of the Year at the Wing level.
Colonel Thomas earned his Juris Doctor degree at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where he was a Ben S. Wendelken scholar, served as Business Editor of the Denver University Law Review, and received the Outstanding Student Leadership Award. He holds graduate degrees in business and military operations, along with postgraduate credentials in defense systems management, national security strategy, and federal procurement policy. Colonel Thomas represents clients in administrative and judicial proceedings before federal contracting offices, the U.S. Small Business Administration, the U.S. Government Accountability Office, the Armed Services and Civilian Boards of Contract Appeals, and multiple state and federal courts, including the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. A critically acclaimed national speaker on small business federal contract law, he has authored and presented numerous papers across a diverse spectrum of engineering, military, and legal topics.
Appointed by Governor Bill Ritter to the Colorado Small Business Council, Colonel Thomas is active in faith-based charities, military ministries, and veterans affairs. He resides near Denver.
Gloria Larkin, National Marketing and Business Expert
President of Marketing Outsource Associates, Inc. (MOA) and its division, TargetGov. The TargetGov division focuses on government procurement and related business development and marketing services including minority certification services, contract development (GSA Schedules, etc), business development, proposal management and development, contract administration and expert federal contracting services The parent company, MOA, provides corporate business development and marketing-related services including current customer analysis to determine profitability, client profiling, targeted prospect identification and list development, database, marketing plan and strategy development, graphic design, marketing communications and calendar development and execution (advertising, direct mail, fax, email, newsletters, postcards, brochures, etc.)
To order at NO COST the audio and toolkit downloads for this teleconference, click here.