Joint Venturing for Government Contracts
This workshop will take the mystery out of forming a JV and show you the benefits, such as:
- You can receive DBE credit for the clearly-defined portion of the work performed by the DBE partner (even if the other partner is large or not a DBE).
- A JV in the SBA Mentor-Prot;g; program qualities as a small business for set-asides if the prot;g; alone qualifies as a small business, including contracts for veteran-owned, women-owned and HUB Zone businesses.
- JVs can help your business grow faster, increase productivity and generate greater profits.
- When and why it makes sense to form a JV
- Legal structure and roles or responsibilities of JV teaming arrangements
- How SBA supports JVs in 8(a) and Mentor-Prot;g; programs
- How CDOT supports JVs with DBEs and how counting works
- Q&A -- Meet the presenters
Colorado SBDC -- Gain an understanding of how JVs work and how they can benefit a small business.
Laurie Jones, East Colorado SBDC consultant, who has written a book on Joint Venturing
PilieroMazza -- Understand how to legally enter into a JV and set up your partnership with clear roles and responsibilities.
Peter Ford, Attorney at PilieroMazza.
CDOT -- Learn the requirements from DBE JVs and counting toward goals.
Jun Arcilla, CDOT's Certification Manager
SBA -- Find out how JVs work for federal contracting and the advantage for large and small businesses.
Lead Business Opportunity Specialist
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COST: $15/person non-refundable fee
Thank you to our sponsors:
Fee: $ 15.00
Fee-based workshops are payable in advance via PayPal; see your registration confirmation for the link; if paying at the door, bring exact cash or check payable to the SBDC host "City of Aurora".