Webinar Recap: Top 10 Things Contracting Officers Wish SDVOSBs Knew, But Aren’t Allowed to Tell Them

VETERAN BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT WEBINAR AVAILABLE

 

Presented by Keith Wichmann, President and Founder of HurtVet Subcontracting, (SDVOSB, Navy Veteran)

About this webinar:  The FARs prohibit Contracting Officers (KO) from telling you certain things. Join this webinar to hear Tips, Tricks, and Secrets of understanding the unspoken language of government contracting. Learn the subtleties of reading between the lines, hearing what is not said, and answering questions you were never asked. To “sell” to a contracting officer, you need to “think” like a contracting officer. Learn from our mistakes and successes!

About Keith Wichmann and HurtVet Subcontracting: Upon graduating from Annapolis in 1989 with a degree in aerospace engineering & having received his wings, Mr. Wichmann flew P-3 Anti-Submarine missions in the Navy for 10 years. Following his naval career, he flew night freight for a major airline for the next decade. After 20 years of flying Keith left aviation to enter the corporate world as Director of Operations for an industrial contractor. In 2009, Mr. Wichmann started HurtVet Subcontracting, LLC and within 12 weeks of start-up was awarded a $429,000 Army Corps of Engineers Lock and Dam project, which was delivered 7 weeks ahead of schedule and under budget. In the last 2 years HurtVet Subcontracting has grown 100-300% annually and has successfully completed more than 35 projects worth over $7,000,000. For more information on HurtVet Subcontracting visit their website at www.hurtvet.com.

Watch this Webinar Now: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1421743691203772162

 

Download the powerpoint only: VIB Webinar Powerpoint HurtVet – Top 10

 

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2019-01-24T12:54:02-08:00December 31st, 2018|Categories: News|