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The 411 on doing business with Georgia

Getting a government contract with the Peach State could be lucrative, but may seem like a daunting task. The Augusta Chamber and Rhodes Porter Business Development Management are providing a Special Edition Business Builder to help cut through some of the red tape.

The registration deadline is tomorrow, Friday, February 9. Advanced registration is required at augustametrochamber.com/events.

The Special Edition Business Builder – “Procurement in the Peach State” will be presented by Crystal Langley and Julian Bailey from the Georgia Department of Administrative Services (DOAS). The discussion will focus on how to do business with the state of Georgia, along with the new Georgia Business Certification Program launched this year.

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The Special Edition Business Builder will be held Tuesday, February 13, and begins at 11:30 am in the Chamber Conference Room located inside the Augusta Riverfront Center, One Tenth St. Suite 120. One complimentary attendee per Chamber Member Business, $10 for each additional Chamber Member attendee, and $15.00 for Prospective Members. Lunch will be provided.

ABD’s Dana Lynn McIntyre will be there and give you the full story next week.

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