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How to Prepare for Virtual Matchmaking & Networking | PTAC Webinar

How to Prepare for Virtual Matchmaking & Networking | PTAC Webinar

Wednesday, October 7, 2020 10:00am to 11:00am

Business networking and matchmaking events are critical to building relationships with agencies, prime contractors, and colleagues.

With many conferences and matchmaking events now quickly migrating to the virtual world, vendors must adapt and learn how to successfully navigate the new online environment and how to utilize virtual facetime to the fullest.This webinar will provide tips and steps on how to best prepare for a virtual conference so you can make connections and build valuable relationships that may lead to contracts.

Webinar Topics Include:

  • What to expect (and not to expect) during a virtual matchmaking session
  • How to best capitalize on virtual networking
  • Research to conduct in preparation for the event
  • Overview of Capability Statements (basic and agency specific)
  • Action items for after the event



Christina Jones, Norcal PTAC Sr./Lead Procurement Specialist

Christina is an expert business consultant and facilitator with over 20 years of experience in developing process improvement and training programs to position small businesses for government sales. She specializes in 8(a) certification, contract vehicles to include GSA, and proposal writing. Christina has a proven track record in increasing economic impact through calculated one-on-one counseling of small to medium sized businesses.



Presented by Norcal PTAC

In collaboration with Northern CA SBDC

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