How I Grew My Business in a Down Market: One Business Owner's Inspiring Success Story
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The best way to take your company to the next level is through the advice of someone who has hit a homerun with their own business. Mary Ellen Trevino turned a small IT consulting firm into a multi-million dollar enterprise. She will share her business story and tips to grow your company during a tough economy.
You Will Hear:
- An inspiring business story
- Tips to grow your business in a down market
- Entrepreneurial insight for building your leadership team
- How to select your point of difference as a company
Mary Ellen Trevino, CEO and founder of P3S Corporation, provides IT, homeland security, program management, and consulting services for the federal government.
A highly regarded and recognized former federal executive with more than 11 years experience, Mary Ellen is armed with a proven track record within the federal contracting world and most recently served as the former COO and Vice President of the U.S. Department of the Treasury Franchise Fund - FedSource.
P3S has had a three-year rate of almost 5,900 percent growth in revenues, according to Inc. magazine, which ranked P3S 17th among the 500 fastest-growing private companies in the magazine's annual survey. In addition, in the categories of women and Hispanic/Latino owned businesses, P3S ranked No. 1.
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