How Women-Owned Joint Ventures Can Catapult your Small Business

How Women-Owned Joint Ventures Can Catapult your Small Business

A Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) may submit an offer as a Joint Venture (JV) with another small business if the following requirements are met:

  • Size: Combined annual receipts or employees of JV must meet NAICS code assigned to contract
  • Woman Owned Small Business must be managing venturer
  • Woman Owned Small Business employee must be Project Manager responsible for performance of the contract
  • Woman Owned Small Business must receive at least 51% of net profits
  • Joint Venture must be in writing
  • Joint Venture meets subcontracting limitations

And, unlike other Small Business programs, these Joint Venture agreements do not have to be approved by SBA.

As our motto suggests, at Rafael Marrero & Company: "We Manage- To Get your Ducks in a Row."TM

As stated by one of our Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) clients:

""In just a few months working with Rafael Marrero & Company’s team, they've helped me define my strategy of growth and my company is now on the path to becoming one of the leading Woman-Owned Small Businesses in technology"

Call Us Today! Rafael Marrero & Company, a certified Minority-Owned Business Enterprise (MBE), helps female business owners identify and position themselves for strategic contract opportunities. In addition to helping Woman Owned Small Businesses win contracts, Rafael Marrero & Company helps female business owners develop growth plans and increase capacity. Call 1-888-595-6221 for a free consultation, or email rafael@rafaelmarrero.com.

Today’s call will unlock tomorrow’s business growth.

Rafael Marrero & Company is a Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accredited Business with an A+ business rating.

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