Doing Business with the Government of Canada
Wednesday, June 19 | 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
ATB Entrepreneur Centre, Edmonton
34 more seats available
Have you ever considered the Government of Canada (GOC) as a customer? The GOC purchases over $20 billion of goods and services each year, ranging from catering services to automotive fleets. On average, Small and Medium Enterprises win almost 80% of contracts under $1,000,000. Join this seminar to understand your company’s potential to sell to the GOC.
· Find out whether the Government of Canada buys your good or service
· Learn how to register as a supplier
· Watch a live demonstration of how to search for specific opportunities
The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) in Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) advocates on behalf of SMEs and encourages their participation in federal government procurement. OSME assists SMEs in better understanding how the government buys goods and services and raises awareness of opportunities to sell to the Government of Canada.
About your speaker:
Robyn Auld, BSc, PhD.
Research and Innovation Development Officer
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada and Office of Small and Medium Enterprises / Government of Canada