About this Event
SPECIAL ALERT: You are invited to our upcoming webinar on How to Do Business in Maryland featuring guest speaker: Alison Tavik, Director of Communications & Outreach at the MD Gov's Office of Small, Minority & Women Business Affairs! https://bit.ly/3qTIbVX
On behalf of the Morgan State University Entrepreneurial Development & Assistance Center (MSU EDAC) for the Women Veteran Entrepreneurs (WVE) Initiative, we are excited to invite you to attend our January 27 webinar from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM EST!
This webinar is open to all and any attendees and trusts us, this is NOT a webinar that you would want to miss! If you have not yet registered for this upcoming webinar, please use and/or forward the following link to register: https://forms.gle/C1wqXaERm77dfTff7
Closer to the event if you are registered, you will receive a Zoom link and calendar invite to access the live webinar.
If you have asked yourself any of the following questions:
What does it take to be a small business working with Maryland agencies and/or corporations?
What are resources that the state of Maryland offers to small businesses?
How do I get certified as a Maryland Veteran Business?
Then THIS is the webinar for YOU! Find the answers to these questions and more at our upcoming webinar!
We look forward to seeing you, and please feel free to share this content and flyer on your social media and invite other colleagues to join!
On April 28, 2022, become a Business Triple Threat and Secure the 3 C's: Contracts, Contacts, and Capital at our Upcoming One-Day Conference! Text WVE to 410-881-6697 for updates on when the conference registration launches!
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