How to Do Business with the State of California for Veterans
Interested in doing business with the State? Then this workshop is for YOU!
This workshop will provide an introduction into what is involved with getting started with contracting with the State of California.
Topics to be discussed include:
- Identifying your industry and getting registered
- Small business certifications and eligibility with an emphasis on Veteran-owned businesses
- Marketing to the State of California government
- Finding contracting opportunities
About the Presenter
Prior to joining the VBOC team, Paul Tavernia spent over 16 years working for the U.S. Small Business Administration.
In his initial position at the SBA, he was as a loan specialist in the SBA Sacramento loan processing center, however, most of his tenure at the SBA was in the Sacramento District Office as the team leader of business opportunity specialists focused on supporting small businesses and entrepreneurs primarily in the federal contracting arena.
In addition to ensuring regulatory compliance, he and his team provided significant business development support through assistance with certifications, one-on-one counseling, as well as marketing and outreach events and education. Before his federal service, he spent over 20 years in the private sector in a variety of sales and marketing positions, mostly in the information technology industry.
Paul hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada.
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