Houston, TX – This week, some of the TEVET team has invaded Texas. While we have teammates in Austin at NI Week, we also have some in Houston at the DOE Conference.
The conference is a staple in our travels each year. As we have done each year, we continue to strengthen our relationships and awareness within the DOE segment. By doing so, we have learned the problems that DOE customers face and have created unique solutions to ensure that there is no downtime in their testing environments. We have broadened our capabilities, segment penetration, and involvement with the DOE (including SCMC contract with multiple sites and becoming an ETEBA member).
Stop by our booth - #103 - we are right inside the door. You can’t miss us! Come by and learn more about how we can help you out either through vendor and quote consolidation, contractual agreements, interoperability, online marketplace, and other customer-centric solutions.
In attendance for TEVET is Evie Webster (Senior Account Manager for DOE), Debbie Box (VP of Operations and Supply Chain), and Casey Coyne (Demand Generation Lead). And with them, there is the support of the entire TEVET team.
TEVET is a certified HUBZone and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned small business. With 2018 sales projected at $200M; TEVET is a successful, safe, small business. There are 480 small businesses with the combined SDVOSB and HUBZone classification. There is only one small business with revenues that exceed $25 million; which puts TEVET in a class all of its own. TEVET takes the HUBZone classification seriously, for every dollar spent with TEVET, we take a portion of it and put it to meaningful use through our multiple socioeconomic engagements. Strengthening families, employees, and the communities we serve is at the very core of TEVET’s mission.