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Standard Impact recently participated in SwamFest held at the Newport News Marriott. More than 450 people participated and our CEO, Cheryl Finch was interviewed at the conference. She shared that she attended the conference to learn the ins and outs of doing business with Virginia and state colleges and universities. The two-day SwamFest conference hosted by the Virginia Association of State College and University Purchasing Professionals helped her connect with other small businesses and with university and government officials who could educate businesses on how best to market their services to meet needs.
Click the following link to read the full article: http://www.dailypress.com/business/tidewater/dp-tidewaterbiz-swamfest-20171003-story.html
October 10, 2017