Open Doors Forum

3 Steps to Help Your Business Access Millions in Small and Minority Firm Contracts

Didn't make the annual Open Doors Forum? You still have an opportunity to make a personal connection that could lead to millions of dollars in government contracts.

No matter your industry, it is as easy as 1-2-3 to connect your business to future contract opportunities:

  1. Become a registered small business or certified minority- or woman-owned business
  2. Sign up to be a vendor in the County's iSupplier procurement portal
  3. Take advantage of free business development and training resources

The County spent a record-setting amount of more than $50 million with certified minority- and women-owned firms and registered small businesses during 2018, and wants to top that in 2019 and beyond. Even with a portfolio of nearly 800 certified and registered firms, the County is always looking for more firms to certify and register. Get started by signing up today.

Photo: More than 200 attendees made valuable business connections at Economic Development's annual Open Doors Forum, a free networking event to support minority and small business contracting.


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