Clear Creek Group employee letter (November Networking News)


November Networking News

Winter is approaching fast and the team has been hard at work lately pursuing new business prospects. Q3 has us feeling rather optimistic about our future and the opportunities in store for us in 2019.  

It's been exciting running the business development aspect of Harmony. Recently I have been dealing with some rather promising work in Texas where the Health and Human Services Commission recently made an announcement that they will re-open bidding on three large contracts in Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program. These will be rebid with a focus on small businesses in Texas which will greatly support Harmony's prospective business efforts. 

Meanwhile, facility cleared efforts are moving forward as planned for both DataSync and Harmony. We are actively running a recruitment campaign for DataSync using a geo-fenced target zone, search engine optimized keywords, social media ads and blog posts all supporting the campaign, these will result in some additional contracting opportunities. 

With all that being said, Harmony is going strong and we are very excited for the opportunities our future holds.  

-Josh Shelman, Business Development Manager

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