December 2017
Happy Holidays from your Arkansas Procurement Assistance Center (APAC) Team!
 
APAC staff are busy year-round planning and offering training to Arkansas small businesses. In the past couple months, our APAC trainers have been busier than ever crisscrossing the state providing training on government contracting.  Below are a handful of snap shots featuring classes and events held in recent months. APAC frequently partners with colleagues at different agencies around the state to provide training to small businesses. The staff of the Arkansas Procurement Assistance Center are pleased to see the growth of local business and the strengthening of our Arkansas economy. It is our pleasure to see more small businesses take advantage of our free services and to see our clients succeed. Client success is what moves us forward, because...
Winter 2017 APAC Training Events
 
   
Ms. Mary Love speaks with attendee at the 2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days

Mrs. Debra Garcia and Mrs. Alyssa Huber greet participants at 2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days
       
 
Participants of the "Selling to the Government" class, Newport, AR.

 
Mr. Max Franks presents at November "Introduction  to Government Contracting" class, Bentonville, AR.


 

Ms. Mary Love,
 2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days 

 
Mr. Edward Haddock, SBA, 2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days

 
Mr. Timothy Pighee, 2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days


COL Paul E. Owen, 2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days

 
COL Calvin Hudson, 2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days

 
Mr. Jay Tobin, Forest Service,
2017 Arkansas Regional Industry Days


Max speaking
Mr. Max Franks presenting at APAC training.
Arkansas Procurement Assistance Center

Main Office:
2301 S. University Ave. Room 110
Little Rock, AR 72204

Phone: 501-671-2390
Fax: 501-671-2394

Satellite Office:
NorthWest Arkansas Community College
One College Drive
Shewmaker Center For Global Business Development
Room 1022A
Bentonville, AR 72712

Phone: 501-650-6180


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