USPAACC-SE Capacity Workshop: Closing The Deal
Capacity Workshop: Closing The Deal
Fred McKinney, Ph.D., Managing Director, Minority Business Program, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
In the hit Broadway play Hamilton, there is a song, “The Room Where It Happens.” Aaron Burr is upset that he is not in the room where Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton close the deal that puts the Nation’s Capital in Virginia and allows the federal government to assume the Revolutionary War debts of the States. One of the greatest political deals ever.
Minority business owners need to be in the room where it happens, but once they are in that room, you need to close the deal. This half-day session is an interactive exercise of closing deals and establishing strategies to be invited to the room where it happens!
Date: Thursday, December 15, 2016
Time: 8am - noon
(Registration and Breakfast begins at 7:30 am)
Venue: Clarion Hotel & Conference Center North Atlanta, 2001 Clearview Avenue, Atlanta
Admission: Free entry for all attendees (seating limited to first 30 Registrants). Enter to win a lunch meeting with John Evans, Vice President, Global Procurement at Ingersoll Rand.
About USPAACC-South East Chapter
We are the oldest and largest organization representing Asian American and Asian American-related groups in business, sciences, the arts, sports, education, public and community services.
As a thought leader with 30-year of track record in business matchmaking accomplishments, strong partnerships with corporations, government, and Asian American businesses, USPAACC is poised to raise the bar to yet another level.
Our mission is to be the gateway to corporate and government contracts, Asian American (includes East, South and Southeast Asian and Pacific Islander) suppliers, information about Asian Americans and the Asia and Indian Subcontinent markets.