Change is in the Air and how it will affect Wisconsin
The 12th Annual Volk Field – Fort McCoy Small Business Conference featured a competition on June 19th and 20th for the best “Capabilities Statement.” These statements are a one-page summary of a company’s business line, and include key elements that government buying agencies look for when seeking sources for purchasing goods and services.
Congratulations to this year’s Capabilities Statement Competition winners!
First place: Quintec Integration Inc. in Waukesha, Wisconsin, is a minority-owned small business specializing in material handling system integration and supplying conveyor systems. Quintec was represented at the conference by Marketing Manager Colin Daviau. Click here to view capabilities statement.
Second place: North Woods is a family-owned small business in Sheboygan, Wisconsin that provides environmentally-conscious cleaning, sanitation and maintenance solutions. North Woods was represented at the conference by Denise Schaller, Chief Executive Officer; Terrence Schaller, President; Jack Near, Vice President; Pre Priyadarshane, Chief Digital Officer; and John Backman, Government Sales Specialist. Click here to view capabilities statement.
Third Place: Catalytic Combustion Emission Technologies of Bloomer, Wisconsin is a privately owned company manufacturing muffler and silencer exhaust systems and catalyst products. It was represented at the conference by Vice President David Pike. Click here to view capabilities statement.