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The Top 6 Resources You Need to Successfully Sell to the Government
We have spent the past several months meeting with “government insiders” to uncover the most important information companies need in order to be successful in selling to the government in the coming months.

These are unprecedented times for everyone — including government agencies.

During this webinar, we are going to share with you the secrets they revealed to us:

1. Which websites will have the best government opportunities?
2. Who are the best companies to partner with?
3. Which technology solutions do you need?
4. What are the best groups/organizations to join?
5. Which trade shows should you attend?
6. What are all of the types of agencies & their budget cycles?

Webinar attendees will receive 6 resources that contain a comprehensive list of the top responses for each of these questions (e.g. - best websites, top technology solutions, etc.).

Just for registering, you will receive the list of Top Government Industry Trade Shows for the coming year.

This information will be invaluable as you set your 2021 sales strategy.

Oct 28, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jack Siney
CRO @GovSpend
Jack Siney is the co-founder of GovSpend & GovSales University. With over 25 years of working in the public sector, his insights have been featured in major national media such as Entrepreneur, MSNBC and Forbes, and he is ranked as one of the top Sales Leaders in the entire country. He has multiple degrees, including an MBA from UCLA and Masters in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University.
Steven Bryan
Dean @GovSales University
Steve is one of the founding members of GovSpend. He began his career working in NYC for Warner Bros and migrated south to Florida for his love of water sports. Steven has helped GovSpend grow from a handful of employees to over 200 people focused on providing procurement innovation to the public sector. His current role as Dean of GovSales University was a smooth transition to help vendors work with government agencies by sharing his 10+ years experience in the field.