Are you a small-business contractor interested in finding out whether you can become certified for your cultural,
socio-economic and/or military status?
Have you been told, as a large contractor, you need to work with a small business to qualify for a bid?
Do you know what a WBE/MBE, SDVOSB, HUBzone, 8(a), and other certifications mean?
Understanding and capitalizing on the "certification advantage" can be key to expanding business
opportunities for small-business contractors and large contractors who need to work with them. With the right
combination of procurement ease, technical skills and construction capabilities, tremendous opportunities exist for the
industry's best small businesses to meet the needs of public agencies and private commercial organizations.
Join us as Teri Williams Smith, national director of federal and public markets and small business for Tremco Roofing
and Building Maintenance, Beachwood, Ohio, provides an overview of business certifications, specialty technology
mandates and legislative policies that can give your company a competitive advantage.
Take advantage of this free NRCA membership benefit, and tune in to this live opportunity to stay up to date with
industry issues affecting your business!
NRCA's October webinars are sponsored by:
Teri Williams Smith
National director of federal and public markets and small business for Tremco Roofing and Building Maintenance, Beachwood, Ohio
Teri Williams Smith is a national director of federal and public markets and small business for Tremco Roofing and Building Maintenance, Beachwood, Ohio, a building envelope material and solutions services provider. The focus of her efforts include Tremco's small business
strategic alliances and sustainable approaches to business development. For 25 years Williams Smith has focused on facilitating business opportunities between large and small business in the government and
commercial marketplace. Her unique approach for developing strategies is noted for its direct path to understanding and
simplifying seemingly complex challenges in procurement. Her foray into the energy, sustainability and high performance
building markets began several years ago and has included her participation with the National Council of Public and
Private Partnership and Veterans Administration Corporate Advocacy Group.
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