Capacity: The Roadmap to Secure Corporate and Government Contracts by Kimberly Kelly-Rolfe
If you want to learn how to win corporate and government contracts, then look no further!
There are millions of dollars in corporate and government contracts available and if your business is not supplying its goods and/or services to these buyers, then you’re leaving a lot of money on the table.
I took my small business from struggling to pay bills to generating over a million dollars in corporate and government contracts and you can too.
The government and major corporations are the largest purchasers of goods and services. This is why securing contracts to sell your products/services to the government and major corporations is a game changer.
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Kimberly Kelly-Rolfe is an expert on small business and often serves as a guest expert on TV & radio. If you ever sat in the audience when Kimberly was speaking on entrepreneurship, you were immediately captivated by her deep knowledge and passion for helping entrepreneurs accelerate their business growth. Kimberly Kelly-Rolfe is a premier business trainer, professor of entrepreneurship in the USC Marsh all School of Business, and Director of the Southern California Virtual business Center. She is best known for training entrepreneurs throughout Southern California to scale by leveraging contracts and for her previous work as the founder and CEO of Kelly Rolfe Financial Services. . Kimberly also has over 12 years of experience training entrepreneurs and has taught business and finance since 2007 for numerous corporations, community business centers and colleges. In 2015, she visited the White House and met with the Obama administration to advocate on behalf of Smallbusinesses. In 2017, she launched Accelerate business training to help entrepreneurs launch, run and grow in business and in 2018, she created the Certified Business Enterprise Supplier Training (CBEST) to train diverse businesses for the capacity for corporate and government contracts. More recently, she founded the Southern California Virtual Business Center to continue her work to train and support businesses to scale growth through corporate and government contracts.