The government doesn’t often provide funding in advance so contractors may need to provide investment and labor expenses for as much as 90 days, or longer, before the government makes payment. Even if a small business is able to fund this internally, that may not be the best option and it may not be scalable.
Small business government contractors need an “Access-to-Capital” plan that supports the lifecycle of a contract including upfront costs, labor expenses, and investment.
Our speaker, Teresa Moon, is a specialist in funding strategies for government contracts and she will share some strategies for small businesses to consider.
You don’t want to miss this unique learning opportunity. Join us Nov. 15 at 1 p.m.!