DAVIS, W.Va. – ‘Teaming to Win’ works to advance and improve small business prospects in West Virginia.
When the 2015 ‘Teaming to Win’ conference starts at noon on Wednesday at the Canaan Valley State Park & Conference Center in Davis, participants will have the opportunity to hear national speakers and leaders and take advantage of learning sessions offered by the National Contract Management Association, West Virginia/Ohio Valley Chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) and Small Business Authority.
Activities on Wednesday include the 2015 West Virginia Small Business Awards Luncheon, with special guest West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, followed by a panel featuring leadership of key Federal facilities in North Central West Virginia, including the FBI, NASA, and the National Energy Technology Laboratory.Also on Wednesday, U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito and West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee will address participants at the opening night reception.
Thursday, former Congressman Alan Mollohan, who started the Teaming to Win series in 1990 as a way to prepare small businesses in the state to do business with the Federal government, will speak at lunch.
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin will deliver the keynote address at the Thursday’s banquet to help celebrate Teaming to Win’s silver anniversary year.
Teaming to Win has been a premier event for 25 years and is designed to serve West Virginia’s business community, to foster collaboration and to highlight the unique competencies of the many regional companies and individuals in attendance. The 2015 event runs through Friday. Complete descriptions of the learning sessions are available at www.teamingtowin.org.For additional information, contact Anne Barth at (304) 444-2918.