Baltimore City HUBZone Workshop 1.0
B.M.O.R.E

Morgan State University
Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management



"Making Our Communities Great Through The HUBZone Program"

May 29, 2019

Baltimore City HUBZone Workshop 1.0: B.M.O.R.E

About

The workshop will be a one-day event at Morgan State University that will target over 100 small businesses in Baltimore City that are in HUBZone geographical areas within the city. The event is a collaborative effort between Strategic Government Solutions, LLC and Morgan State University with assistance from the HUBZone Contractors National Council and Delmock Technologies, Inc.

The general objective of the workshop is to educate attendees about the HUBZone program, and to discuss how to do business with the Federal Government as a HUBZone small business. The workshop will begin at 9:00 am and conclude at 12:00 pm. There will be two (2) concurrent tracks, the first track will be educational in nature and will include noted speakers with expertise in Federal procurement and the HUBZone program. The second track will be held to accommodate a Reverse Industry Day for 8 Baltimore City HUBZone firms, the small businesses will present their capabilities to representatives from federal agencies, federal prime contractors, other small businesses and academia. The 8 small businesses selected to give capability presentations will be asked to informally mentor other non HUBZone small business attendees for a period of not limited to 60 days.

The event will have time allotted for all attendees to network where entrepreneurs, federal representatives and academia can meet to form business relationships and recognize and create business opportunities, share information and seek potential partners for future projects.

There will be a charge of $30 to attend the educational segment of the workshop, all students will be able to attend free of charge, and all proceeds will be donated to a Morgan State University student scholarship fund.

Proposed Agenda
May 29, 2019

"Making Our Communities Great Through The HUBZone Program"

Registration and Networking

Opening Remarks: Lamont Norwood President of Strategic Government Solutions, LLC and Dr. Erica Anthony, Interim Chair of the Business Administration Department, Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management, Morgan State University

Keynote Address: Keynote Speaker Invited

Break to network and to attend breakout sessions


Educational Track

"B" Benefits: HUBZone Contractors National Council, Michelle Burnett, Executive Director

"M" Mentoring: MD Procurement Technical Assistance Procurement Center (PTAC), Arthenia LeFlore, Procurement Specialist

"O" Opportunities: Dr. Jeanette Brown, Former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency OSDBU Director

Break

"R" Relationships: Lily Milliner , EVP, Delmock Technologies, Inc.

"E" Excellence: HUBZone Success Story, John Scarcella, President of Cogent Solutions, Inc.

Morgan State University

Presentation Track

Capability Presentations

There will be 4 capability presentations by HUBZone small business firms

Break

Capability Presentations

There will be 4 capability presentations by HUBZone small business firms

Remarks: Dr. Joseph Wells, Director of Master’s Programs, Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management, Morgan State University

Questions and Answers and Networking Closing

Baltimore City HUBZone Workshop 1.0: B.M.O.R.E

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