A local business consulting firm specializing in government sales recently expanded their services to help small businesses pivot during the economic downturn.
The JetCo Solutions President, Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Jon Tellier, was recently appointed as the Director of Western Michigan Affairs for the Arsenal of Democracy Chapter of the Association of the United States Army (AUSA).
In light of the recent developments with COVID-19, it has become clear that gathering in-person for industry events is not a viable option. However, the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) – Michigan in conjunction with the U.S. Army Detroit Arsenal are proud to announce V-MDEX, an innovative online version of the Michigan Defense Exposition (MDEX) taking place May 20 – 21.
Jon Tellier of JetCo Solutions discusses GSA, fuzzy government metrics for measuring small business success, capture management, and more. “What I love about this interview was Jon’s candidness about the hardships and struggles he faced while building the company.” JetCo Solutions has earned a positive, strong reputation among the Michigan defense industry community. Listen here.
A local veteran and business owner was recently elected advisor for the West Point Association of Graduates, the Alumni Association for the United States Military. Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Jon Tellier is a West Point graduate of ’89 and is the founder and president of JetCo Solutions, a Grand Rapids-based small business that helps clients sell to all levels of government.
Former Army Ranger and West Point graduate is bringing together local businesses to support the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans. Through November 10th, West Michigan organizations, including JetCo Solutions, 8THIRTYFOUR Integrated Communications, AM Yoga, Array of Engineers, C2AE, the Caledonia American Legion Memorial Post 305, DK Security, DornerWorks, Marana Group, and Rehmann, will be gathering desperately needed items of daily necessity to benefit the residents of the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans.