Events by The ASBC
The ASBC 2024 Fiscal New Year's Bash
The Fiscal New Year's Bash is the perfect blend of business and fun and is the room to be in for creating lasting relationships and game-changing opportunities! Join us to celebrate victories, make important connections, and ring in Fiscal Year 2024. Register today to ensure your spot at the Bash!
Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors® Bootcamp
Bootcamp prepares novice and experienced federal contractors to find, recognize, and understand information, and take action using tactics, and resources crucial to achieving growth in Federal Contracting.
This two-part program will position you and your company to rise above the norm and realize measurable successes in the marketplace of Federal Contracting.
REFUEL & REFOCUS
REFUEL & REFOCUS™ (R&R), part of our Wingman S.O.A.R.R. program, is business leaders in Federal Contracting, developing, discussing, revising and taking action to implement business strategies that work. R&R is a twelve-month program providing access to an exclusive cohort of business leaders working towards a common goal of increasing their successes, and the amount of dollars they receive from federal agencies and federal prime contractors. Participation in R&R is based on responsibility and not title. If you are responsible for the creation, refinement and/or execution of your company's strategy, then you are the right person to be in this room.
Business Over Breakfast (BoB)
BoB is a staple for productive information exchanges and networking for federal contractors, their partners, and customers. To keep the format simple, we start on time, and end on-time, and feature Introductions, Conversation, and Networking. That's it.
Business Over Breakfast is hosted in Columbia, MD and Tysons Corner, VA each month.
"Ethical Stalking for Government Contractors® Bootcamp was a turning point. The two days were intense while we studied the tradecraft of using the tools publicly available to gain better insights that have ultimately reaffirmed our strategies and allowed us to adjust our “corporate direction” with more focus on competing for opportunities that were in our wheelhouse."