How To Do Business With Metro Monthly Workshop
About this Event
The Metro Diversity and Economic Opportunity Department invites you to attend our monthly “How to Do Business with Metro Workshop”, conducted every 2nd Tuesday here at Metro Headquarters. This two-hour orientation provides information on Metro's certification program, vendor registration, contract look-ahead schedules and other useful information. Each month, we invite a Prime Contractor who is looking for small business partners, to address those present. Before the Workshop begins, Procurement Contract Administrators from Vendor/Contract Management are available to assist you as you explore future contract opportunities. If you want to understand the process, or have questions about the Programs we offer, we are here to guide you.
8:45am: Registration & Check-In (Board Room Lobby, 3rd Floor)
9:00am: Morning Refreshments (SE Corner Lobby, 3rd Floor)
Small Business Networking Session ( Metro Contract Administrators, Procurement, Vendor Relations Staff)
9:30am Program Begins (Metro Board Room, 3rd Floor)
June 11, 2019 Guest Speakers:
Dr. Giovanna Brasfield, Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion
Flatiron Construction – Southwest Division
LINXS JV Inclusivity Manager
John Flores, Supervisor,
LA Metro Facilities Maintenance, Building Services
Online resources available at: http://www.metro.net/business
• Get certified as a Metro DBE/SBE
• Check out our Calendar of Events
• Review our 12-Month Look-Aheads for upcoming solicitations
• Register as a vendor
• Take advantage of our many opportunities!Download Metro's Certification Guidelines.
For questions regarding this event, please contact Jan Davis at email@example.com or at 213.922.2235.
When & Where
Metro Headquarters Building
One Gateway Plaza 3rd Floor, Board Room Los Angeles, CA 90012, Los Angeles, US
Metro (Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority) is unique among the nation’s transportation agencies. It serves as transportation planner and coordinator, designer, builder and operator for one of the country’s largest, most populous counties. More than 10 million people – nearly one-third of California’s residents – live, work, and play within its 1,433-square-mile service area.