JSU Newswire
Jacksonville, Alabama

Business Opportunities Conference
and Trade Fair 2002 on April 25

Jacksonville State University's Small Business Development Center and the Anniston Army Depot (ANAD) are partnering to present a seminar, titled Business Opportunities Conference and Trade Fair 2002, on Thursday, April 25, from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon at Stephenson Hall on the JSU campus. The seminar is presented to assist small businesses in selling their products and services to the government.

More than 80 companies will be displaying their products and distributing information about their company and product lines. JSU President Bill Meehan and ANAD commander, Colonel Gerald Bates, Jr., will welcome exhibitors and attendees during the opening ceremony.

More than a hundred buyers from Anniston Army Depot as well as purchasing personnel from other governmental agencies and prime contractors will be available to visit with the small businesses participating. Agencies/companies seeking vendors with the best price, quality, and delivery terms available are invited to attend and visit the exhibitors. Business Opportunities Conference and Trade Fair 2002 brings purchasing representatives and contractors together in one place, which can save time and effort in making contact with potential business partners.

The trade fair is open to the general public, and there is no charge for an exhibit space or admission.

In addition to the 80 companies, there will be ten government offices represented and officials will be available to talk with business representatives that attend. Training will be offered simultaneously with the trade fair. Presentations will be given on doing business with the General Services Administration, Veterans Administration, and how to secure subcontracting opportunities.

For more information on the Business Opportunities Conference and Trade Fair 2002, or to register, call (256) 782-5271 or (256) 235-7346.


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