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Your Invitation To National City, CA "Do You Have SKIN IN THE GAME?" 17 of 60 Training Series

  • Wednesday, October 16, 2019
  • 09:00 - 12:00
  • 401 Mile of Cars Way Suite 100 National City, CA 91950


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S5E02 As a Veteran Business Owner, should I attend Outreach Events? Ask the Expert


Refuse to Fail!

We have set our 9th Annual Veteran and Small Business Summit at Moreno Valley CA, on April 1, 2020

Leading up to the 2020 summit, we are planning 60 SKIN IN THE GAME training sessions.

Many have asked us to get closer to them, and we listened. We will have these SKIN IN THE GAME training sessions at a location nearest you!

We have our 2019 SKIN IN THE GAME awardees across the state that will engage to do so. So just let us know ASAP so we can set it up NOW!

We kicked off at Monterey CA.on April 24, 2019! So if you want us to be in your city, just ask and we will put some SKIN IN THE GAME to make it happen. Semper Fi, Al


0900 -- OPPS4VETS FACILITATOR - - 2019 SKIN IN THE GAME Olga Rivas CEO Zoja Consulting

0915 -- Speakers 

- - California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) Michele Gongora and Joseph Erdelen District 11 Small Business Liaison

- - Department of General Services Darvin Manuel, Procurement Division

- - CA Department Veteran Affairs Procurement Ramon Carlos Office of Procurement & Contracts Department Veteran Affairs. Click above video to learn why you should attend!

- - Dr. LeAnne Smith The topic will be on Small Business Tax Credit:

-  History of the 1981 Congressional Mandated Incentives during the President Ronald Regan's Administration

-  The Congressional Mandated Incentives expansion through several administrations and made permanent in the Obama Administration

-  Go over R&D Facts - What qualifies as R&D?

-  Who qualify for Business tax Credit?

-  What is the Green Energy Credit Program?

     What is EECBTD / EPACT?

     How does EPACT compared to ASHRAE standard?

-  Small Businesses & the R&D Tax Credit

-  Financial Services Companies and R&D Tax Credit

-  Medical Services and R&D Tax Credit

-  Case Studies

-  The process

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Semper fi, Al

Date Wednesday, October 16, 2019
Time 9 am to noon

National City. California Institute of Arts & Technology

401 Mile of Cars Way Suite 100 National City, CA 91950

Attendee Free Registration




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We are a national public benefit nonprofit organization that educates American Communities about best practices to serve Veterans.  We honor their service by empowering Veterans to apply their training and skills to successfully transition to productive careers and enterprises.

We provide free vocational training 24/7 to all of our members through our website, in addition to local events.  We believe the tenet that American Communities are the ultimate beneficiaries when Veterans claim their benefits and invest in productive endeavors.

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