- 90 minutes long
- 127 slides
- 13 modules
- Learn the exact steps how I made $6 million in 3 years using these programs
- How to register for HUBZone, 8a, WOSB, SDVOSBC
- Behind the scenes of SBA GLS login (portal used to register)
- Advantages/Disadvantages of HUBZone, 8a, WOSB, SDVOSBC
- Behind the scenes of certify.sba.gov (portal used to submit documents)
- 2017 email correspondence from government officials
- 10 reasons applications are rejected/returned
- Myths/Truths about the 8a program
- Success stories (8a company now winning billion dollar contracts)
- Teach you a trick how to knock off the big guys
What is Small Business Mastery?
Defining the government market
What are small business programs (types)
Benefits of small business programs
How I generated $6 million using small business programs
Myths and Truths about government contracting
The 7-step certification process
Why isn't EVERYone doing this?
8a Journey walk-through
The Grand Finale:
A heartfelt video from me!
Eric Coffie is host of the #1 YouTube channel on the web ScoreContracts teaching people how to navigate the field of government contracting. His students are winning contracts everyday around the world and are growing their micro businesses into small businesses. Taking 1 person startup LLC’s and landing them 6-figure contracts with the U.S. government. He has helped hundreds of companies get registered and understand the world of federal contracting winning contracts with organizations such as FEMA, VA, DHS, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Navy, Air Force, DLA, Dept of State and more.
Eric’s slogan, teaching everyday people how to win extraordinary contracts is the mantra that guides all that he does. For the 2020 challenge Eric would like to help 200 companies achieve $5 million in revenue by the year 2020. Videos from his Youtube channel have been translated in both Spanish and Russian with viewers watching from 91 countries around the world. The Top 10 viewer countries of his content include: United States, Venezuela, Kuwait, Canada, Dominican Republic, Japan, United Kingdom, Afghanistan, South Africa and Netherlands in respective order.