Want to Win? Become a Thought Leader.

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Procurement Briefings. Establishing yourself as a thought leader is a great way to get noticed.  In a LinkedIn study, 37% of program level decision makers and 41% of C-Level decision use the information provided by a thought leader when making a decision – this is HUGE.

GovBrief taps into that important mindset and helps separate you from the pack. Using an interactive web environment GovBrief provides you with a direct connection with decision makers where they live, at the comfort of their own desks.

If your topic is good (like a hot topic affecting their world), you might have several hundred decision makers show up!  So, search through your contacts and invite some of your top targets to a briefing.  It makes you look good and if you are entertaining and informative (not selling them), you can really make progress in your relationship development.

Furthermore, GovBrief session thought leaders benefit from insider information as government decision makers ask questions or answer polls during the briefing indicating where they are in the decision process and what information they need to help them make a decision.

You can incorporate best in class business development tactics like procurement GovBrief that will get your federal sales on track.  The right time is now to get your company in front of the right people! Visit www.isifederal.com for solutions to increase your BD efforts today or call 888-9-GET-isi (888) 943-8474.

in Federal Contracting by Aisha H.
About the author: Aisha H.

Aisha has been working exclusively in the federal market space with isiFederal, providing research and finance expertise in addition to being the Business Process Manager and assistant to CEO. She's no stranger to unpredictable, demanding environments--her past work experience includes auditing, teaching English at the Berlitz School of Language, and working for the Grand Hyatt in Dubai.

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