Increase Contract Opportunities and Build Business Relationships at NAPC 2011

Increase Contract Opportunities and Build Business Relationships at NAPC 2011

ICTMN Staff
6/30/11

For the ninth consecutive year, The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) will help members of Indian Country across the nation build business relationships and advance their contract opportunities. Held at the US Grant Hotel from July 27-29 in San Diego, California, the Native American Procurement Conference 2011 (NAPC) will feature its annual procurement fair, a trade fair, a variety of learning sessions, as well as a networking luncheon.

The contracting and procurement event focuses on bringing capable, qualified small businesses (sellers) together with corporate, federal, state, local and tribal buyers in a personalized, relaxed setting. "This is the event where small businesses form long term partnerships and teaming relationships with the purchasing community," states the NCAIED press release.

Prices for individuals to attend start at $250. NCAIED also offers several corporate sponsorship packages with Coral Sponsorship starting at $1,500.

Registration for NAPC is also available onsite during the conference, although NCAIED recommends early registration for the anticipated 300-people event.

Download the latest NAPC 2011 Conference Schedule.

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