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When: Tuesday, April 10
11am - noon Eastern U.S.
Contact: Jamie Ninneman, CF APMP

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Wondering how to innovate and prepare for the next evolution in proposal technology? Is your organization facing quality challenges? How about recruiting proposal professionals with the right skill sets? You’re not alone!

Join us for the APMP Business Sector's first-ever Virtual Town Hall Meeting, and let’s tackle these challenges and more, together.

Moderated by Jamie Ninneman, Senior Director of Customer Success & Advocacy at SAP America, and 2018 APMP Chair; managed by the Business Sector Leadership Team

This is the first in a series of Business Sector Town Hall meetings that we are offering to expand access to discussions on topics of interest and importance to Business Sector members*.

Prepare to participate as we focus on:

  • Quality Control/Risk Mitigation while under short deadlines
  • Next-Generation Proposals – Market Trends, Innovations, Technology
  • Sought-after Competencies when Recruiting Proposal Talent

*Topic selection was based on feedback from the 2017 Business Sector Town Hall Meeting at Bid & Proposal Con and the subsequent Business Sector survey.

Through the use of GoTo Webinar technology, attendees will have the opportunity to engage with the moderator to ask questions and comment on the ongoing discussion. We will document and distribute outcomes of the discussions to members through the Business Sector web page, as white papers, and by other means.

Also, all registrants will receive a link to a recording of the event, regardless of attendance.

Can’t make this Town Hall? Look for news of additional 2018 Business Sector Town Hall Meetings at:

  • Bid & Proposal Con 2018 in San Diego in May
  • A chapter event near you, Fall 2018
  • Virtual Town Hall Meeting, Fall/Winter 2018

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