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Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange upcoming event: How to sell to the government

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The U.S. federal government buys nearly $100 billion worth of goods and services from small businesses annually, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Isn't it time your business took advantage of this opportunity? The Riverside Community College District Procurement Assistant Center is presenting a FREE "How to Sell to the Government" workshop on Thursday Jan. 31 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at the Temecula Valley Entrepreneur's Exchange (TVE2) Regional Resource Center.

Join presenter Julie Padilla and learn the basics of contracting with government agencies. This workshop will explore a variety of topics, including finding and identifying bid opportunities, the importance of registration and certifications, and much more! If your business doesn't have a Duns number or isn't registered on SAM, it would greatly benefit you to attend this workshop.

The workshop will be held at the TVE2 Regional Resource Center, located at 43200 Business Park Drive in Temecula, Calif. There is no cost to attend this event. Registration is required for this event as space is limited. Secure your seat today and register on the web at rccpac.ecenterdirect.com/conferences.

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