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Do's & Don'ts for Teaming Agreements and Subcontracts - Vallejo

Featuring Contract Law Associate Attorney Michelle E. Litteken, PilieroMazza PLLC (Washington DC).

More info coming soon.

Date & time: 
Wed, 06/27/2018 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: 
Green Hive Spaces
425 Virginia St B
Vallejo, CA 94590
 
Vallejo

Do's & Don'ts for Teaming Agreements and Subcontracts - San Francisco

Featuring Contract Law Associate Attorney Michelle E. Litteken, PilieroMazza PLLC (Washington DC).

More info coming soon.
Date & time: 
Wed, 06/27/2018 - 10:00am - 12:00pm
Location: 
San Francisco Public Library 
100 Larkin Street 
Latino/Hispanic Community Room 
San Francisco

GSA Schedules 101: Is it Right for Your Company?

Ever since you registered in the Schedule for Award Management (SAM) database to be able to do work with the Federal Government, you’ve been telemarketed by many people who claim that getting a GSA Schedule is the magic bullet to selling to the Federal Government.  During this in depth session you will gain insight into the General Services Administration (GSA) Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) P
Date & time: 
Thu, 06/21/2018 - 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: 
SF SBA District Office
455 Market Street #600
San Francisco, CA 94105
San Francisco

Welcome to Norcal PTAC

The Norcal PTAC can help you sell your product or service to federal, state, local, and tribal government agencies, at no cost to you!

Kathryn Stotler, Eureka

BACKGROUND
“Common items of refuse are the focal point of my collage / assemblages, a compelling format for artistic exploration and evolution for me. I feel driven to explore the visual secrets of scavenged objects, discarded household fabrics, and materials we commonly discard. I am continually fascinated by the visual qualities that this mix of objects and materials brings to abstract imagery. The materials speak to me in different ways so the work is continually evolving and what you see today may be very different from what you see a month from now. So please stay tuned, this is all a work in progress. Most of the cloth in these works has been woven, dyed, painted, and stiffened. All of papers have been painted, stripped, folded and intermixed with cloth. Metal, rubber, and plastic have been scavenged, cleaned, oxidized, and painted or coated. The paints are unwanted house colors, watercolors, fabrics paints, and cold water dyes. Only the frames are new.”

Cool Earth Solar, Livermore

BACKGROUND
Cool Earth Solar (Cool Earth) is an innovative start-up company whose fundamental technology uses an inflatable plastic film to concentrate sunlight onto a photovoltaic (PV) solar cell. With these concentrators, Cool Earth PV cells generate over 1,000 times the electricity of non-concentrated PV cells.

In addition, Cool Earth is developing a complementary technology – a solar meteorological station (met station) that provides highly accurate measurements of solar radiation at a low price point and with minimal maintenance. A network of these inexpensive met stations produces the data required to develop the highly accurate solar generation forecasts needed by utilities, solar operators, and government agencies such as NOAA.

Axiom Mobile Imaging, Silicon Valley

BACKGROUND
Axiom Mobile Imaging has a passion for serving the most vulnerable of patient populations - seniors and others with limited mobility. We make their lives easier by bringing state of the art diagnostic exams (x-rays, ultrasounds, EKGs, Cardiac Echoes and more) to their homes or bedsides if they can't easily get to a hospital. We build strong networks with treating physicians, post-acute care providers, home health companies and caregivers to help provide the support network required to ease patients gradually back to their homes from an injury or illness that may have led to a hospitalization. In today's challenging environment, we do this as a low cost and low hassle alternative to transporting patients to a hospital, where they may face expensive readmission.

Mani Snacks, Los Gatos

BACKGROUND
Mani Snacks/PQX Inc. has developed a very popular Brazilian snack food for the US market. The products, Pão de Queijo (pown-deh-kay-zho), are savory rolls made of tapioca starch and cheese, sold frozen, ready to be baked by the consumer.

Founded by a Brazilian native, Mani Snacks is marketing their product to high-end retail food stores such as Whole Foods Market and Draeger’s Market as a tasty and healthy (gluten-free) frozen snack food.

The Fitness Coalition, Fairfield

BACKGROUND
The Fitness Coalition is a personal training center established in January 2012 in the client’s garage. Classes and clients began almost immediately rain or shine. The goal was to expand the business into a larger space and become a CrossFit Affiliate gym. Clients visited many other CrossFit gyms and CrossFit events and sought out advice from successful CrossFit gym owners.

World Class Window Coverings, Brentwood

BACKGROUND
World Class sells and installs residential shutters, blinds, shades, sunscreens and drapery quality products. They are family owned and Diamond Certified company for the last four years.

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