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Remote is here to stay – How to mitigate risk and continue to position to win
The impact of COVID-19 has thrust most of us into working from home. And, while we’ve adjusted to many aspects of the remote environment, two remain a real challenge:

1. How do you collaborate effectively and mitigate risk in proposals with your team?
2. How do you position yourself to win now that face-to-face isn’t an option?

Let’s ask industry experts about how to solve these.
Join our Virtual Session Panel with Mark Amtower, Danai Malianga, and Fergal McGovern.

Oct 1, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Mark Amtower
Founding Partner of Amtower & Company
Author, consultant, speaker, LinkedIn coach and radio host Mark Amtower has focused on one market – Global One – doing business with government for more than thirty years. Known in Washington, DC for his all-black attire and extreme candor, Amtower is by far the most influential and candid voice in business-to-government marketing, quoted in over 250 publications, doing interviews on business-talk radio around the country, speaking at 20-30 conferences and seminars each year.
Danai Malianga
VP of Professional Services of VisibleThread
Following a successful career in senior proposal and project management, Danai joined VisibleThread in 2018. She brings her hands-on experience to driving customer success. Danai trains, advises and develops strategic accounts such as BAE Systems, SAIC, Lockheed Martin, Express Scripts and others. Danai is also a popular speaker at events such as the VT Virtual Sessions or APMP’s Winning Business Virtual Event.
Fergal McGovern
CEO of VisibleThread
Fergal is our Founder and CEO. Over the past 10+ years, he has advised proposal teams on how technology can increase their efficiency and reduce risk. These teams include Boeing, General Dynamics, Noridian, AECOM and many more. Fergal guides the overall direction of VisibleThread and what we stand for. He led the team into a fully remote working environment in 2020.