Business Development
Each year in Florida billions of dollars are spent by the public sector on goods and services.

If your company is seeking to expand and become a government vendor or contractor, Central Florida Strategies provides an option to outsource the sales and marketing effort required to penetrate the complex governmental environment.

In addition, your business will benefit from our network of relationships and our continuous interaction in the governmental and political arena. We believe that a proactive approach is best when identifying business opportunities for our clients.
Here are several ways that we help your company;

Market Assessment
Find the right answers to the right questions about your market.

• Examine all relevant functions to determine capabilities, consistency, and opportunities for optimization — sales, government relations, corporate partnerships, community relations, Board of Directors on Advisory Board, marketing/communications, and strategy
• Provide assistance with the development of a public sector strategy

Competitive Analysis
Understand your competition.

Do you know what your competition is doing with respect to the government sector? Do you know how much market share they have gained? Do you know how they price and position their product or service to government agencies? Do you know what the market thinks about your competition and how you rank against them?

Central Florida Strategies can provide you with the in-depth intelligence and insight to help position your organization to gain competitive advantages.
Partnership Strategy
Connect with the right partners at the right time.

A partnership strategy can be critical to an organization's growth potential. However, developing the wrong partnerships can be costly and turn even the most opportune situation into a dead end. Central Florida Strategies can help you with our direct relationships network to identify the right partners and make the proper introductions to form productive relationships on a local or state level.

Our focus is helping to form relationships between our corporate clients and with viable Minority and Women-Owned Business, (MWBE), (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) or Local Developing Businesses (LDB) in Central Florida.

What we do:

• Develop a list of potential partners
• Help with the review of the likely partners to identify best fit
• Make introductions
• Facilitate completion of the appropriate contractual relationship
Opening doors for business and creating new opportunities.
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