Creating an Effective Capabilities Statement for Veterans

Apr 2 10:00 am — 12:00 pm

Event Details

Have you been exploring government contracting and wondering how to build a capabilities statement?

This workshop is geared toward Empowering Veteran-Owned Businesses for Success: Unleashing Potential, Driving Growth, and Achieving Excellence in Government Contracting with a Capabilities Statement.

Designed specifically for Veterans like you and their families, this course will provide you with the insights, strategies, and support needed to build your statement.

Led by seasoned business consultants and fellow veteran entrepreneurs, this course is crafted to guide you through the process of building an effective capabilities statement.

Topics Covered will include:

  • Create a Capabilities Statement for Government Contracting
  • Purpose of a Capabilities Statement
  • Core Competencies
  • Past Performance
  • Company Data

By attending this workshop, you will have all the knowledge you need to create a capabilities statement for your Veteran-owned Business.

The Course Zoom link will be sent one day prior to the start date.

About the Presenters

Omar Harris
Omar Harris

Omar is a seasoned sales leader, entrepreneur, and leader of Marines who brings a wealth of experience building companies from scratch on the commercial and government sides. He specialize in assisting small businesses in getting access to capital, writing business plans, and taking their company to the next level.

With a proven track record of empowering commercial leaders and small business leader owners to achieve financial success, he offers invaluable expertise.

His extensive background as a military leader, sales leader, bootstrap entrepreneur, finance and marketing background, and specific areas of proficiency make me a valuable asset to my clients. He is deeply committed to providing guidance, advice, and consultation for military families by focusing on serving my fellow veterans, reservists, civilians, and spouses in Northern California.

His mission is to ensure that Veterans in the NorCal region have the financial support and knowledge they need to thrive in their enterprise and achieve the American Dream after their warfighting career.

Tron Shephard
Tron Shephard

Tron is a highly esteemed member of the NorCal VBOC team, serving as a dedicated business consultant and trainer. He is a distinguished Army Veteran with over 15 years of service, graduating as the Honor Graduate of the US Army Infantry Basic Training and the Distinguish Graduate of the US Army Quartermaster School. His meritorious service during Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) awarded Tron the Bronze Star Medal (BSM), the fourth highest combat award of the United States Armed Forces, and he also won the “Soldier of the Year” Competition.

He is deeply committed to supporting his fellow veterans in their entrepreneurial pursuits, driven by a desire to give back to his community. With his 12 years of experience leading a business management consultant firm and real estate brokerage in Florida and California, he has a unique understanding of the challenges and distinctive skill sets that Veterans bring to the business world.

Tron is deeply involved in various programs providing mentorship, resources, and guidance to Veterans starting their own business. He was part of the inaugural “Boots to Business’ program at the White House in Washington, DC. He is a graduate of Boots to Business program and an administrator for the B2B LinkedIn page. Additionally, Omar is part of the Inc. Military Entrepreneurs programs and a graduate of the Veteran Institute for Procurement (VIP). He understands the transformative power of entrepreneurship in transitioning to civilian life, and he strives to be a beacon of support to empower other Veterans to achieve their business dreams.

Fostering camaraderie and success within the Veteran community is deeply important to Tron, exemplifying the spirit of service that extends beyond the military landscape. Tron holds an A.A. in Real Estate from Consumnes River College and a B.A. in Business from Johns Hopkins University.

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