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Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and partner agencies will be holding the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Small Business Transportation Expo on March 1, 2018.  The event will allow attendees to learn about project opportunities, network with industry professionals and business owners and hear from transportation leaders including featured speaker ADOT Director John Halikowski. Also participating are the City of Phoenix Public Transit and Street Transportation Departments, Valley Metro and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.


Why Attend

Winning contracts requires more than qualifications; it requires networking and improving visibility.

Opportunities to build new relationships, make sales pitches, learn of future projects and visit exhibits will abound at the 2018 ADOT DBE & Small Business Transportation Expo on March 1, 2018 in Glendale.

Participants can talk with government agencies and other hiring companies in the transportation industry, and hear about upcoming projects at ADOT, City of Phoenix Streets Transportation Department, Sky Harbor International Airport and Valley Metro.

Primes can establish new DBE, SBE and SBC batting lineup.

Small businesses will have the opportunity to give two-minute pitches to primes and agency buyers.

Why Sponsor

We know you want to get the most out of your sponsorships.

This is why we invite you to get in on this grand slam opportunity to join us as a partner in the 2018 ADOT DBE & Small Business Transportation Expo in Glendale.

The half-day event will highlight our fine DBEs, SBCs and SBEs that serve the transportation industry and others. We will present a forum for government agencies and other hiring companies to share information about their upcoming projects.

This even creates an opportunity for Primes to meet with small businesses to explore options to collaborate on projects.

Find out how you can participate and discover the unique benefits of sponsorship.

Who Should Attend

Current and prospective DBEs, SBCs and SBEs as well as Primes and other businesses that would partner or do business with them in the Arizona A/E/C (Architecture/Engineering/Construction) and transportation industries.