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Exciting New Opportunities for Creative Service Professionals





New York City’s goal to award $16 Billion to MWBE firms, combined with the increase in discretionary purchasing authority to $150,000, has created several new opportunities for creative service professionals' companies that we have not previously experienced before. If you look around New York City, you’ll see several marketing and advertising campaigns — ranging from announcing numerous opportunities for business owners to campaigns aimed at increasing the quality of life in New York City.  You may also…




Are You Building Your NYC Pipeline?





All too often, I see clients who have attended trade shows, such as the upcoming NYC 12th Annual, Citywide Procurement Fair, and left with limited results. They are not building their NYC Pipeline. Planning is the key to success in navigating procurement fairs and trade shows.  I recently facilitated a workshop outlining a strategy for navigating the New York City Procurement Fair — prior to attending the fair. Today, our focus is on what to do after…




Make New York City Your New Customer





Looking for new clients? In fiscal year 2018, New York City purchased nearly $900 million in goods and professional and standard services.  New York City purchases almost anything — ranging from food, office supplies, equipment, consulting, creative services, and more.  You name it, there is a good chance New York City is buying it. Opportunities to do business with New York City range from micro/small purchases that range from $1-$150,000 to large scale multi-million-dollar projects.  Mayor Bill…




5 Tips for Navigating the NYC Procurement Fair





Goal: Your attendance at the NYC Procurement Fair should be tied to a specific and measurable goal.  Don’t make the mistake of wandering around aimlessly collecting information.  Instead, do some research before the fair to identify agencies that you have the greatest possibility of doing business with.  Come to the fair prepared with a list.  In addition, another goal could be to familiarize yourself with the numerous services and programs available to small businesses — including training…




It’s the End of the NYC’s Fiscal Year – Opportunities for MWBEs





The end of New York City’s fiscal year is June 30, 2018.  It’s a time when New York City agencies are preparing their budgets for the upcoming year and evaluating spending and vendor performance for the previous period.  This is an exciting time to connect with NYC agencies about their plans for the upcoming year and share ideas about how your product/service could help the agency to meet specific goals. As the year ends, Mayoral Agencies are…