A&M created its Small Business Program as a way to formally partner with best-in-class Small Businesses and develop long-term, mutually beneficial relationships.
Mentorship: More than just a partner, A&M will act as a mentor to select Small Businesses.
Training: Enhancing the technical know-how, business skills, and best practices through both formal and informal training.
Networking: A&M-hosted events give Small Businesses opportunities to network with A&M’s professionals, other industry partners, and other Small Businesses.
Access: Small Business partners have access to A&M’s senior leaders and their expertise, enabling substantive discussions on latest trends, practices and innovations in the marketplace.
Build Strategic Partnerships: Cultivate strong, mutually beneficial relationships with quality Small Business partners.
Enhance A&M’s Depth of Capabilities: Team with Small Businesses with complementary capabilities to augment A&M’s experience and expertise, and to strengthen proposal responses and project work.
Strengthen Reputation: Develop a strong reputation as a Small Business mentor and become the leading go-to firm for Small Businesses.
Online Portal: Allows Small Businesses to register with A&M by creating a company profile that highlights their capabilities, experience and contact information.
Liaison: Internal A&M employee who serves as the point of contact and advocates internally on behalf of Small Businesses.
Resources: Online resources available to registered Small Businesses listing everything from current opportunities to training resources.