Training helps Wisconsin businesses contract with state governmentIs your business aware of all the opportunities that Wisconsin government procurement has to offer?
Is your business aware of all the opportunities that Wisconsin government procurement has to offer?
The state of Wisconsin spent $1.2 billion on contracts in 2011. Madison College’s Business Procurement Assistance Center is working with Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College to help area businesses learn how to compete effectively for contracts and to sell their products and services to state government. Madison College’s Business Procurement Assistance Center provides the training.
“Selling to the State of Wisconsin” runs 1-3:30 p.m. Oct. 9 at WITC-Superior Campus. The fee for this seminar is $35 per person.
The comprehensive seminar provides a foundation for contracting with state of Wisconsin government. By attending this seminar you will learn how the state procures the products and services it needs, and which agencies buy what items and services. Business owners will learn how to use VendorNet; the state of Wisconsin’s electronic purchasing information system.
For information and online registration, go to http://madisoncollege.edu/bpac-wi. Interested parties may also contact the Business Procurement Assistance Center at (608) 243-4490 ext. 2 or firstname.lastname@example.org.