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1 Presented to: The Mt Vernon-Lee Chamber of Commerce June 14, 2011 By: Allegra McCullough

2 All Contracts Represent Teaming Efforts Teaming Is Not New to Women Women Team in their Daily Lives Women Are Natural Candidates for Teaming Teaming is not Confined to Small B2B

3 Ideal Large, Business Partners Supplier Diversity Programs Supply Chain Strategies Corporate Responsibility to Community Long-term Relationships With Vendors Responsibility to Build Strong Vendors

4 Large B2B With Small Innovation Without R & B Costs (strategic) Potential Business Spinoff Partners (vision) Mentorship/Protégé Development Increase in Profits

5 Small B2B – those who do it well Vision for Growth Assessed Strengths & Weaknesses Networking Strength Shared Information Corporate Responsibility Increase in Profits

6 Women Business Enterprise Stories

7 is the Washington, DC metropolitan area’s largest limousine/shuttle service and its premier transportation provider. is nationally ranked 17th in operational size, and among the top 10 largest shuttle bus fleets. despite the economy, the past year proved successful for Reston Limousine, with posted revenues of $16.6 million Collaborative efforts & Charitable Giving

8 Received 6 Honors from Diversity's 2010 awards Ranked 348 in the Top 500 Woman Owned Businesses in the Country Ranked #2 in the Top 50 Women Owned Businesses in Virginia Numerous Business Organization relationships

9 Inducted into Enterprising Women’s Hall of Fame Div500 list as the most influential and successful business of 2008 $1.2 billion in annual revenues Alignment with services of diverse business partners

10 Small Women Business Enterprises… Taking Their Places on the Success Ladder

11 is a service connected disabled veteran, 8a and SDB certified woman owned small business is a SeaPort-e prime contractor from the NAVSEA Support Services Acquisition Program Office Is a 3 time winner of Omnibus III Awards from the Department of the Army – 1 prime, 2 subcontractor Access to diverse business networking

12 a Veteran-Owned/Woman-Owned Small Business is a small business partner with BAE Systems Information Technology Incorporated and Invertix Corporation on a $492 million on the U.S. Army’s INSCOM) (IDIQ) contract. 6-year subcontract opportunity with Winbourne & Costas, Inc supporting IBM-DHS USCIS Transformation Networking & B2B Success led to Contracts

13 awarded several Prime contracts with US Air force, EPA and USDA recorded $9,200,000 in sales its revenues for the Q2, 2010 increased by 100 percent is featured in the Wall Street Journal as the one of the fastest growing companies in CONUS. Company Motto: Collaboration redefined

14 Accenture; Alcatel-Lucent; AT&T; Avis Budget Group, Inc.; Chevron; Dell; Energy Future Holdings; Ernst & Young LLP; Exxon Mobil Corporation; IBM; Johnson & Johnson; Manpower; Marriott International, Inc.; Microsoft; Office Depot; PepsiCo, Inc.; Pfizer Inc; Shell Oil Company; The Home Depot; UPS; and Verizon. Where Is Your Name?????

15 Programs designed to acknowledge wins, teaming efforts, posting of opportunities for teaming Industry-specific committees Encourage large, Corporate memberships Lobbying presence Inter-organizational partnerships

16 The American Small Business Coalition Women Business Enterprise National Council Women Presidents’ Organization National Association of Women Business Owners For Your Wealth of Information

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