Welcome to the Greater Houston Chapter of APMP!
For nearly two decades, our chapter has served the Greater Houston area. We continue to draw professionals from all over the metropolitan area with members that include business development executives, proposal managers, capture managers, proposal writers and coordinators, and graphic artists. We work in many industries including oil and gas, energy, construction, engineering, and technology.
The Association of Proposal Management Professionals (APMP) provides opportunities through membership to gain valuable knowledge about business development and industry best practices to help you and your enterprise achieve high growth goals.
Our mission is to advance the arts, sciences, and technology of new business acquisition and to promote the professionalism of those engaged in those pursuits.
We offer numerous events and activities through the year to promote networking, and professional growth and development. General meetings are held the first Wednesday of every other month February to December from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Board Meetings are conducted the first Wednesday of every other month January to November.
December was an exciting month for Houston APMP members! On December 3rd, Dick Eassom, a Director at SM&A, a certified APMP Fellow, past APMP Chief Executive Officer, and recipient of the APMP Founders’ Award, presented an exciting discussion on using Microsoft Word for proposal development. We have posted the presentation on our Member page under Past Presentations.
Friday, July 10, 2015
Topic: City of Houston's Procurement Process
This month's speaker is Matthew DeLeon, Business Development Coordinator at the Mayor's Office of Business Opportunity.
Matthew is an active member of Houston's business development community and has a passion for connecting people to opportunities. Much of his time is spent advising individuals who wish to pursue business with the City of Houston. He is an excellent resource for those looking to start, grow, or move their business here.
Matthew will discuss his role in helping the city determine which goods and services to procure and its efforts to create a competitive environment for local companies and workers.
If you ever wanted to know more about the City of Houston's procurement process or are curious about how to do business with the City, you won't want to miss this!