FAIRFAX, Va., Feb. 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- MainStreet Bancshares, Inc. (OTCQX: MNSB) today hosted an event for Government Contractors entitled, "Contracting Opportunities".
Sam Garbia, Partner of NOVA Business Law Group and Director of the firm's Corporate Counsel section spoke on the topic of legal issues in the small business government contracting space. Mr. Garbia regularly advises government contracting clients regarding appropriate business structures. Mr. Garbia's remarks were well-focused and one of the key issues he shared was, "Partnership and teaming is key to small business success in government contracting."
The keynote speaker was Tommy Marks, Director of Small Business Programs for the Office of the Secretary of the Army, Pentagon, Washington DC. Mr. Marks shared his candid remarks with attendees and answered questions. Mr. Marks indicated that, "it is imperative that potential contractors understand and focus on the customer's mission during meetings." He also reminded attendees to, "come to the table with your 'A' game every day you compete."
QUOTES: "Having a keynote like Tommy Marks at our seminar was a real win for MainStreet," said Jeff Satterly, SVP and Head of Government Contract Lending. "Attendees were delighted to have him in such an intimate setting." Satterly also indicated that, "Sam Garbia acts as general counsel for many small government contracting firms and brings an insightful level of knowledge to the table."
Chris Brockett, President of MainStreet stated, "We focus on bringing our government contracting customers together with industry leaders and their peers as often as possible. We recognize our customers have a choice where they do business, so we try to add value where we can."
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