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Growing a Successful Federal Contracting Small Business

May
31
2019
Fri 7:45 AM to 9:00 AM
Topic: Government Contracting

STRATEGIC teaming, joint venturing and the “art” of the mentor-protégé agreement Your takeaways for this session: 1) What federal prime contractors look for in teammates. 2) What factors come into play when choosing Protégés for Mentor-Protégé Agreements. 3) Significant benefits federal government contractors look for when joint venturing. 4) Benefits, pitfalls, and practical application of joint venturing through the Mentor-Protégé program. Featured Speaker: Garth Arevalo, CEO of Lukos. LLC, a small business headquartered in Tampa, Florida, Founded in 2008, Lukos provides professional services to the DoD and they are considered to be one of the most successful and diversified support companies for USSOC since 2010. Lukos supports all five defense branches and some federal civilian agencies. To date, they have entered into 3 joint venture agreements (and working on a fourth currently). The company has won 4 major IDIQ contracts, several other contracts, and dozens of task orders through joint venturing.

Speaker(s): Garth Arevalo, CEO of Lukos. LLC

*Registration Opens on Wednesday, 5/22 *Full Breakfast Included with Fee *Pre-Registration Required. No Walk-Ins


Fee: $ 15.00

Payment must be made online with Visa or Mastercard

Phone: 813.905.5829
Email: nreyes@usf.edu

Location

FSBDC at the University of South Florida
Port Tampa Bay Building
1101 Channelside Drive Suite 210 Tampa, FL 33602-3613