Learn the basics of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) by reviewing the presentation from our February brownbag! SEO is important because it improves the odds of someone finding your company online company online. Online visibility can help your credibility and brand awareness. SEO can put you in front of people looking for your products and services, [...]
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The slides from our May program, Winning with NAVFAC! CLICK HERE to Access the Slides!
BRAC and COS Programs - Corps of Engineers, Norfolk
Click here for Jack’s presentation slides (3MB PDF) from the SMPS VA January program, “US Army Corps of Engineers 2010 Forecast, Awards & Opportunities.”
Presented by Steve Hall, ACEC VP of Government Affairs
Review slides from Steve Hall’s presentation about the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act and how stimulus dollars will affect the AEC industry. Click here to download slides.
Tim Klabunde, Director of Marketing, William H. Gordon Associates, Inc.
Tim Klabunde, Director of Marketing, William H. Gordon Associates, Inc. Download Tim’s presentation slides (3MB, PDF) from the SMPS VA Annual Conference on “Creating a Culture of Rainmakers.” “Sucessful people are always looking for opportunities to help others. Unsuccessful people are always asking, ‘What’s in it for me?’” – Brian Tracy