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Book Encourages Black Biz to Pursue Government Contracts

Posted by Admin On January - 20 - 2015

Small Business Coach, Cal Stevens, Pens Book on Obtaining Government Contracts

You Can Sell to Uncle Sam by Cal Stevens


Atlanta, GA — al Stevens, a small business consultant and career enhancement coach and trainer, has released his newest and third publication entitled, You Can Sell to Uncle Sam: Getting Government Contracts. This detailed self-help book encourages small businesses, especially Black-owned small businesses, to pursue federal government contracts.

Stevens, a South DeKalb County, Georgia resident and President of TACADA Marketing Consultants, LLC, comments, “It takes tenacity to succeed in government sales or to sell your products or services to ‘Uncle Sam’. Establishing a small business in the federal marketplace can be frustrating. Yet small business preference programs, along with knowledge of how procurements are conducted, can cause small business revenues to increase in a few short years performing on government contracts.”

He continues, “This book will provide guidance on how your company can position itself in selling your products or services to Uncle Sam.”

You Can Sell to Uncle Sam offers a comprehensive overview of what you need to do to prepare for procurement opportunities, the types of schedules, and the award process. It focuses on specific information useful for determining if getting a U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule Contract is the right decision for your company, and if it is, how to meet requirements for obtaining an award more quickly.
What others are saying:
“Having TACADA Marketing, specifically Cal Stevens, consult us at Contract Business Interiors, on getting a GSA schedule has been a great business decision. Acquiring a schedule is a complicated process. Cal’s years of experience in the General Services Administration gives him first-hand knowledge of the process and the best…and quickest…way to succeed. Cal also provides usable information on marketing opportunities related to our scope of work. I frequently receive interesting articles and notices of events that can help how I do business at CBI. In my view, he’s the expert and I trust what he says.” — Quentin Bradford, Account Manager, Contract Business Interiors, Inc., East Point, GA.
Book Details:
You Can Sell to Uncle Sam: Getting Government Contracts
By Cal Stevens
ISBN: 978-1-4917-5135-0
The book can be purchased from Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com.
For more information about TACADA Marketing, go to: www.tacadamarketing.com

Photo Caption: Bookcover and author, Cal Stevens

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