Learn the importance of a concise Capability Statement; a profile of your business’ core competencies, specific areas of experience and expertise that relate to projects or agencies as well as differentiators that set your company apart. This includes equipment, facilities, major customers, references and completed projects indicating past performance. Add to that the always important contact information.
It’s expected that companies will have them on hand during networking, matchmaking, and throughout the business development process. As such, the capabilities statement is a reflection of your company, your services, and your customer knowledge. During this webinar, we'll talk about best practices and what your capabilities statement SHOULD include in a 1-page format.
What you will learn:
Purpose of a Capability Statement
How to show business competence
Outline initial qualifications
Details government buyers are looking for
When and where to use a Capability Statement
To create past performance relevant to your audience
Who should attend?
Any organization marketing materials or services to State and Federal Government agencies.
Ms. Krueger-Huhra has 28 years of progressive career growth in automotive manufacturing integrating Procurement and Supply with the organization’s strategic objectives. Prior to joining the Illinois PTAC program, she was General Manager/Director, Procurement and Supply at Mitsubishi Motors North America Manufacturing Division where she was responsible for 32 direct and indirect management and staff engaged in Procurement Administration, Cost Engineering, Production Purchasing, Material and Services Purchasing, Supplier Quality Assurance and New Model Engineering and Development directing annual spends of $740M in Global Sourcing with suppliers in 266 global locations.
Ms. Krueger-Huhra has received the globally recognized CPSM designation by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM). She is a Past President and held numerous positions on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Purchasing Management – Central Illinois, Inc. an affiliate of the ISM.