Topic: Cracking the Code: Recession Prooﬁng Your Business By Working With The Federal Government
Being a successful professional speaker means preparing for longevity. That means weathering the storms. If we’ve learned anything from a 2 year disruption and possible upcoming recession, it is that storms are a part of life. Successful speakers will need to ﬁnd ways to recession-proof their businesses and to build during uncertain times.
Throughout the ups and downs of the economy, the U.S. federal marketplace has remained the largest purchaser of goods and services in the world and they’re always looking for speakers and trainers just like you. The federal government is one of the best ways to recession proof your speaking business.
Yet working with the federal government seems to be so shrouded in secrecy that many qualiﬁed speakers never pursue working with the government.
In this no B.S., no ﬂuff workshop, we’ll walk through the “how’s” and “why’s” of working with the government, separating the fact from ﬁction. We’ll then prepare you to strategically pursue government contracts and speaking engagements.
By coming to this session you’ll learn to:
- Understand what you need to get started working with the federal government.
- Strategically position your expertise within the Federal Government
- Convert your current non-federal marketing strategy into an effective federally strategy
- Bonus: Hacks and shortcuts to minimize the government’s built in competition
Working with the federal government can not only recession proof your business, it can be a lucrative addition to your business once you’ve cracked the code.
Tony Chatman ﬁxes people’s problems. As a corporate relationship expert he works with federal agencies and corporations to transform dysfunctional relationships into dynamic teams. Tony is president of Chatman Enterprises Inc. N.O.A.A., Social Security Administration, The Secret Service, N.S.A (the other NSA) and other organizations, depend on Chatman Enterprises to help people reach new heights of effectiveness by understanding how to more effectively work together.