Business Owners Conversate with Author, Vernita Naylor (JEGroup), at Barnes & Noble (Emeryville); Learn How to Sell Your Goods and Services to Fortune 500 Buyers

Business owner, Vernita Naylor, Jabez Enterprise Group (JEGroup) and Published Author, will be hosted by Barnes and Noble (Emeryville), for a book signing on her latest book, “Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps: An Interactive Guide to Government Contracting” on Friday, October 20. Learn what it takes for business owners to become a part of the diversity and inclusion conversation by selling their goods and services to buying agencies while growing their business.

Emeryville, CA, September 15, 2017 —- Barnes and Noble will be hosting Washington, D.C. Small Business Ambassador; Bay Area Owner, and Published Author, Vernita Naylor, Jabez Enterprise Group (JEGroup). Her 5-Star rated book, “Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps: An Interactive Guide to Government Contracting,” helps business owners grow their businesses through the supplier diversity and government contracting program. “Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps” is the supplemental resource guide of choice for business owners, non-profit organizations and buying agencies. On Friday, October 20, she will be autographing her book and will be joined along with others to talk about how using “Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps” will help the reader to obtain immediate results by strengthening their business infrastructure and growing their business revenue. As a Small Business Ambassador she has been repeatedly been called upon from Capitol Hill and the White House to journals, publications, forums, panels, and magazines to speak on behalf of small business owners on business issues, and policies that affect them.

With a copy of the autographed book, you can learn what it takes to become a certified supplier and grow your business in partnership with the Fortune 500 and government buying agencies. The benefits of Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps are:

– The goods and services that you provide from baked goods, landscaping services, and a fleet of vehicles to staffing, are ideal to partner with a variety of buying agencies from Starbucks, NYSE, MLB, Whole Foods, NASA, GEICO, and Toyota to Macy’s because each of these companies has a supplier diversity and government contracting program. (Chapter VI Getting the Attention Of The Buyer)
– The supplier diversity and government contracting programs provide a channel for disadvantaged and underrepresented (small, minority, women, LGBT and Veteran-owned) business owners an opportunity to get their foot in the door and to sell their goods and services in partnership with the buying agencies. (Chapter V Why Certifications Are Important)

Jabez Enterprise Group (JEGroup), is an Integrated Business Resource Company that provides education and support services to business owners, non-profit organizations and buying agencies. JEGroup is a small, woman minority-owned certified business. JEGroup advocates for disadvantaged and underrepresented (small, woman, Veteran, LGBT and minority-owned) businesses and policy change agents specializing in the supplier diversity and, government contracting industry. JEGroup understands the challenges that businesses are facing in today’s marketplace whether they’re a start-up, growing or maturing company. JEGroup has customized programs and services to suit every need regardless of whether the need is for a one-on-one consulting or group facilitation session.

Vernita Naylor (Founder/Owner JEGroup), Published Author, “Get the Cheese, Avoid the Traps: An Interactive Guide to Government Contracting,” a step-by-step technical resource guide designed to help business owners of all sizes create and maintain a strong infrastructure while growing through the supplier diversity and government contracting programs. In 2017, selected Top 50 Small Business nationally to speak with policy makers and legislators at the Small Business Policy Forum; 2016, selected Top 100 Small Business nationally and received a special White House invitation to be a voice for other small businesses; and 2016, spoke on Capitol Hill with Senator Harry Reid (Former U.S. Senate Democratic Leader), and Senator Martin Heinrich (New Mexico) pertaining to Business Leadership on National Monument Designations.

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