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May 4, 2011 / GPC-Texas

Government Procurement Conference 2011 Announced

Government Procurement Conference 2011

Finally, the day we’ve all been waiting for has arrived!!

Okay… maybe it’s just the day we here at Cross Timbers Procurement Center, TMAC, the Small Business Development Center for Enterprise Excellence and the University of Texas at Arlington have been anxiously awaiting since August 12, 2010 – but we couldn’t be more excited about this year’s Government Procurement Conference.

Our goals this year are lofty – 1200 attendees; 200 exhibitors; 20+ educational workshops all at the same great quality we’ve provided for the last 15 years! Can you believe it? Our 15th anniversary will be the best conference yet, I can feel it.

Will you help us reach our goals?

The time has come for you to sign up and share the details with your network. Cross Timbers Procurement Center has made it really easy to “socialize” through Facebook, Twitter (#gpcdfw), LinkedIn and Flickr (do you have photos from last year to share?).

Don’t keep this exciting news to yourself! Get out there (Register) and share today.

     

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August 3, 2010 / GPC-Texas

Conference Handouts & Presentations

Government Procurement Conference workshop handouts and presentations will be available online after the event is over. This is in an effort to cut down on the waste and printing costs generated by a conference of this size. All downloads will be available in PDF format. This is a great opportunity to check out sessions you may have missed too!

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July 13, 2010 / GPC-Texas

Conference Tips for Exhibitors

The Association for Exhibit and Event Professionals has an entire library of resources to make the most out of your exhibit efforts.

Topics Include:

Creating a Winning Booth

Exhibitor Etiquette to Ensure Success

Greeting Attendees

Marketing with Newsletters

Motivating your Exhibit Staff

Online Marketing

The Government Procurement Conference wants to help you maximize your Conference experience too. Invite your contacts to visit you at the Conference with this Exhibitor Logo on your website and/or in your email signature. Your success is a direct result of our success so help us spread the word about the exciting opportunities in government contracting by letting your network know you are exhibiting!

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July 12, 2010 / GPC-Texas

Early Bird Registration Extended!

The 2010 Government Procurement Conference has extended early bird registration. General attendees can register for only $80! Exhibitor booths are also available at early bird prices.

Workshops and the updated agenda have just been posted. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet buyers from local, state and federal government agencies and their prime contractors.

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July 11, 2010 / GPC-Texas

See photos from GPC 2009

So even though we weren’t able to get a video, we still have some amazing photos from the Government Procurement Conference 2009, check out the photos on our Facebook Fan Page! See if you can find yourself.

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July 9, 2010 / GPC-Texas

Find us on Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn

It is probably overkill, but hey – that’s what this “free marketing” stuff is all about, right?!? Just in case you’ve missed all of our other subtle hints we want you to “follow”, “friend” and “like” us all over the web. So here’s your links to the Government Procurement Conference 2010!

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July 9, 2010 / GPC-Texas

Workshops posted.

The workshops for the Government Procurement Conference 2010 were posted today! Check out some of our newly added sessions as well as the repeaters for you newbies out there.

I’ll be posting info on each workshop in the coming days! Stay tuned.

BTW, early bird registration has been extended! Register today to take advantage of the lowest prices offered for this year’s Government Procurement Conference.

July 6, 2010 / GPC-Texas

See a recap video from GPC 2008

Last year we weren’t able to get the camera crew from Jobing.com out for a video record of how great the Government Procurement Conference 2009 was BUT luckily we still have the video from 2008 and we’d like to share it with you!

The Conference has quite a following so many of the attendees and exhibitors seen in this video will be back again this year. Check back often for an up-to-date lineup of sponsors and exhibitors for 2010.

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July 5, 2010 / GPC-Texas

Help us spread the word – Social Media Tools

We take your success very seriously and we need your help to take the success of the Government Procurement Conference 2010 to the next level. Share the conference with your suppliers, vendors, and customers (don’t hog all the success)!

Maybe you aren’t into all this social media mumbo-jumbo but chances are – you are missing a large opportunity. Where are your customers? Where are your vendors or suppliers? Where are your partners? They are all (ok – maybe not all, but most) online! Connect with them in new ways. Social media is a quick and effective way to reach the prospects that are INTERESTED. Social media also helps boost your marketing efforts by making you more visible on search engines.

Join us by becoming a “fan” or “following us” on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn for the most up-to-date information about the Government Procurement Conference, August 11, 2010 at the Arlington Convention Center.

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July 3, 2010 / GPC-Texas

Sponsor Spotlight – DynCorp International

DynCorp International, Government Procurement Conference 2010 Presidential Sponsor, was recently recognized for their commitment to veteran-owned businesses. See full press release.

DynCorp International has generously sponsored 100 free Veteran and Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Business attendee and exhibitor admissions to the Government Procurement Conference for the last 3 years. Their continued commitment to supplier diversity has earned them recognition for being “one of the 10 Best Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses for the fourth consecutive year…”

“DynCorp International is a leading provider of specialized solutions supporting U.S. national security and foreign policy objectives around the globe. We are honored to support the great men and women who serve our country.” said Bill Ballhaus, DynCorp International President and CEO.  “Because veterans understand our customers and the environments in which we work, we make a special effort to support them. We respect and appreciate the service of our veterans and we are well served by veteran-owned businesses.”

Sign up for the Government Procurement Conference and meet procurement representatives from DynCorp International and our other proud sponsors August 11, 2010 at the Arlington Convention Center in Arlington, Texas.

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