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February 3: How to Create a Winning Capability Statement
Recorded Webinar (online)
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About the event

The federal government is the largest buyer of goods and services in the world. Are you eager to increase your sales

and grow your business? If so, join us for this event. Position your business for success by creating a one-page marketing piece specific to the government. Learn how to create your company’s government resume to be used for industry days, marketing meetings, and networking events. Our presenter, Dorinda Byers of Ohio University Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC), will help you learn to streamline your efforts and succeed at securing government contracts.


What you will learn:

  1. What a capability statement is
  2. The format for a capability statement
  3. Content to include in a capability statement
  4. Common mistakes made with capability statements
  5. Uses for a capability statement


About the presenter:

Dorinda Byers is an Associate Director with PTAC for Central Ohio. She holds a Bachelor’s degree from Ohio State and a Master’s degree from Muskingum University. She brings over 20 years of experience in business outreach, sales, and workforce development from various roles in the Manufacturing Extension Program (MEP), at Zane State College, and EZG Manufacturing. She builds relationships and takes action with passion, vision, and resilience to drive business and individual success via partnerships and lifelong learning. In her spare time, she loves to read, travel, cook, walk, and spend time with her husband spoiling their nieces and nephews.

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