How to Grow & Thrive in the Recession!

Attention Savvy Small Business Owners


In the Center for Business Innovation (CBI) sponsored webclass, "The Power of No-bid Federal Contracts", you'll learn EVERYTHING to make an informed, intelligent decision IF you can seriously grow your small business right in the teeth of this recession through the power of no-bid federal contracts.

What Will You Learn?

In the upcoming Center for Business Innovation (CBI) Growth Seminar, Chip Ellis and Ron Imbach will walk you through how you can capture $300,000 in no-bid federal contracts in 9 months and then ALL the federal contracts you can handle by finding, capturing federal agency clients without bidding, without the mind-numbing red tape and without needing to hire expensive government consultants.

Our Promise: You will learn EVERYTHING you need to make an informed, intelligent decision IF you can make serious money even in the recession with no-bid Federal Agency Contracts.

  • Learn: Learn if you are in the right industry to make serious money with no-bid federal contracts!

  • Learn: Learn how to capture a minimum of $300,000 in federal contracts in just 9 months!

  • Learn: Learn how to avoid the bidding process and win no-bid contracts from the 4,600 Agencies!

  • Learn: Learn the 5 Big Myths that prevent 98% of small businesses entering the federal marketplace!

  • Learn: Learn the 3 Business Paths – (Everyone is on 1) And How 2 of the Paths Lead to Failure!

  • Learn: Learn the 11 Reasons Why Selling to Federal Agencies is the BEST Target Market this year!

  • Learn: Learn the 3 Precise Strategies to Capture ALL the No-bid Federal Contracts as You Can Handle! And Much Much More! 

Click here to register for the next live CBI webclass "The Power of No-bid Federal Contracts$47


Or...for your convenience you can attend last week's replay.

Click here to register to see the REPLAY of last weeks CBI webclass "The Power of No-bid Federal Contracts".  $47  https://cbiseminaraprreplay.eventbrite.com/

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