|Event Name||Date||Location|| SocioEconomic Category || Open for Registration || Notes
|JHU Carey Business School Program for Entrepreneurs||2/27/2023||Virtual||8A, SB, VOSB, HUBZONE, SDB, WOSB, LB, SDVOSB||1/29/2023||
The award-winning JHU Community Consulting Lab offers a free 8-week online program linking talented Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School MBA graduate students and Maryland Business Owners.
The program tackles some of our community’s most innovative and challenging needs. Student consulting teams are formed to advise and contribute to the growth of participating companies by creating business solutions that increase revenue and add jobs. The program dates are February 27th - April 17th 2023.
There are 8 spots remaining! Apply before February 1st 2023.
|BEP IT ESPM Div. Vendor Outreach Session ||2/28/2023||Virtual||8A, SB, VOSB, HUBZONE, SDB, WOSB, LB, SDVOSB||2/17/2023||
The Bureau of Engraving & Printing (BEP), Information Technology (IT) Enterprise Strategic Planning and Management Division (ESPMD) mission is to provide strategic planning and program management support to improve IT governance; provide acquisition support for the applications development staff; and direct, manage and oversee the IT architectural framework for the Bureau. This VOS event is open to all SMALL BUSINESS CONCERNS offering Information Technology services and supplies. Small Disadvantaged Businesses, as well as small business concerns that are also prime contract holders of a Government-Wide Contract Vehicle (GWAC) are encouraged to attend. Small Businesses will have an opportunity to present their capabilities to Program Office personnel within the BEP IT, Contracting Officers within the BEP IT Office of Procurement, the Small Business Program Office.
|Starting a Home-Based Business||3/1/2023||Virtual||8A, SB, VOSB, HUBZONE, SDB, WOSB, LB, SDVOSB||1/20/2023||
Are you ready to jumpstart your entrepreneurial dream? Most entrepreneurs start with a home-based business that creates, delivers, or improves on a product or service. In this one-hour introductory and interactive course, join the U.S. Small Business Administration to discuss:
- Generating the idea
- Applying the rules
- Creating the plan
- Evaluating the financing
- Accessing mentoring and training resources
Wednesday, March 1, from 12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. ET
|Business Smart Toolkit: Ready, Set & Go!||3/8/2023||Virtual||8A, SB, VOSB, HUBZONE, SDB, WOSB, LB, SDVOSB||1/20/2023||
This program is designed for helping new and aspiring entrepreneurs launch a business idea and to understand the steps to building a business that is credit-ready. In this two-module interactive course, join the U.S. Small Business Administration to discuss:
Part 1: Wednesday, March 8, from 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET
- Basics of business startup
- Pitfalls to avoid
- Talents that drive entrepreneurship
- 10 Steps to start a business
- How and Where to find additional small business support and educational resources
Part 2: Wednesday, March 15, from 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET
- Credit-ready essentials
- Financing options
- Loan requirements
|Treasury DO and IRS Non-IT Targeted Vendor Outreach Event||4/26/2023||Virtual||8A, SB, VOSB, HUBZONE, SDB, WOSB, LB, SDVOSB||4/13/2023||
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Small Business Program Office, will be hosting a VIRTUAL Program Manager/Contracting Officer (PM/CO) Vendor Outreach Session (VOS) for small business concerns providing services related to the IRS Human Capital Office Employee Assistance Program (NAICS 624190) and Treasury Departmental Offices Courier Services (NAICS 561510). Targeted capabilities include the ability to support the employee assistance program that helps employees experiencing problems that may impact job performance and quality of life. Services would include the support of IRS employees and their immediate family members receiving an integrated Employee Assistance and Work-life Referral Service Program, as well as coverage following a separation (e.g., retirement, voluntary separation, involuntary separation) from the IRS as a result of agency technology, restructuring and workforce reductions. Research is also being conducted for Courier services, where support would include courier services for the pick-up and delivery of passports, visas, and other documentation to and from various embassies, consulates, federal agencies, and from other designated locations within the Washington, DC metro area. Small Disadvantaged Businesses are strongly encouraged to request an appointment. Only 1 appointment will be available per vendor. There are only 7 appointment slots available for each Bureau/Counselor. Appointment link information will be provided after appointments are confirmed by the Small Business Program Office.