Merriam-Webster defines ‘investment’ as “the outlay of money usually for income or profit” which means if you’re the leader of a small business pursuing federal sector opportunities, you’re an investor as you’ve certainly made an outlay of actual dollars and time. Think of this piece as friendly advice about an investment opportunity you should investigate.
– Guy Timberlake, The Chief Visionary
Investing is an activity, for many, based on goals, research, a plan, constantly monitoring the landscape for additional ways to protect that investment and staying cognizant of risks that could derail the desired results.
If you were an investor that received information from a reliable source about medium-to-low risk opportunities to enhance your current investment, would you investigate? Even if it was high-level information, you might be able to quickly determine those quicker, albeit smaller returns could very well ease the pain of waiting for bigger opportunities to land. Would that be worth a look?
When I posed this question to groups of small business leaders over the last few weeks, they all indicated it would be silly of them not to at least investigate the potential benefits of this growth opportunity. After all, each of them has made an outlay of money in the form of hard dollars and time in pursuing business with civilian, defense and intelligence agencies. Right?
Many from the government contracting community consider The American Small Business Coalition to be a very reliable source of information.
For that reason, here’s a snapshot of the growth this particular opportunity has experienced over the last seven years:
Whether this would be a primary or supplemental investment, you can learn more about this opportunity by clicking here for details of our free webinar on Thursday, November 19th at 2:00PM EST.
You are also welcome to read my article ‘Follow The Money‘ which provides tips for recognizing and aligning to this and other growth opportunities.
Here’s to the growth of America’s small federal contractors and the jobs they create.
“The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it.”