Oct 08 - Oct 10
Knoxville Convention Center
This year marks ETEBA’s 30th anniversary, and we are delighted that you are helping us celebrate this milestone year by participating in our 20th annual Business Opportunities & Technical Conference!
The Business Opportunities and Technical Conference (BOTC) packs a wealth of information, networking, and fun into a three-day first-rate program. Each year more than 400 participants gather to learn about upcoming opportunities with prime contractors and government procurement officials in the energy, environmental and defense markets, and to build contacts and relationships with key decision-makers, teaming partners, and potential clients. The conference also provides an excellent forum for you to promote your company’s capabilities, products, and services. It offers technical presentations and training opportunities for technical and managerial staff as well.
As always, the primary focus of this year’s BOTC will be on current business trends and upcoming opportunities across the DOE Complex and will other federal agencies. In addition, there will be technical and training
sessions featuring outstanding speakers who will showcase their specialized technical expertise, new and unique technological advances, and project success stories. If you want to present a technical paper at the
BOTC, see page eleven of this conference prospectus for details, and take advantage of this opportunity to share your technical expertise and project successes with your technical peers, potential teaming partners, and
existing and potential clients!
ETEBA will host its 3rd Annual Student Internship/ Entry-Level Job Fair on October 9th from 4:00-5:30 p.m. during which we will offer students in STEM curricula from colleges and universities in the region the opportunity to
meet with member companies. To sign up for a table during the Student Internship and Job Fair email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space. This is also a free event for companies interested in interviewing students in STEM-related fields who will soon enter the job market. Job Fair space is available on a first-come/ first-serve basis.
ETEBA will also host our annual scholarship golf tournament Tuesday, October 8th which will raise scholarship funds for 4 local colleges University of TN, Knoxville; Tennessee Tech, Roane State Community College and
Pellissippi State Community College. Be sure to sign up for the golf tournament if you are interested in supporting aspiring young college students at https://eteba.org/botc2019/golf/
Finally, as always, we’ll have lively evening receptions in the Exhibit Hall that will give participants the opportunity to network, meet potential clients and teaming partners, reconnect with old friends, and win door
prizes while enjoying great food and entertainment.
We know you’re going to enjoy this year’s BOTC, and we look forward to seeing you in Knoxville. Safe travels, and we’ll see you soon!
Bookings are closed for this event.