The National Security & Defense environment is fast-paced and rapidly changing. For National Security organizations, preparedness and resiliency are top priority. Companies that partner with these federal government contracting agencies share the same mission to protect the safety of the nation against threats from terrorism, cyber-attacks, national disaster and pandemics. And these threats continue to appear, evolve and persist. The defense contracting community is committed to assisting the ministries and departments of defense worldwide realize their strategic vision and meet mission-critical goals. MBDi’s National Security & Defense practice offers a team with high-level leadership credentials coupled with deep Business Development expertise to organizations grappling with procurement hurdles along with significant shifts in demand and funding for military equipment, defense, and national security services.
|L-3 Communications||Engility Corporation|
|AMSEC / Huntington Ingalls Industries||National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)|
|DRS Technologies||Northrop Grumman Corporation|
|Lockheed Martin Corporation||Pioneer Technologies Corporation|
|General Atomics – ASI||American Systems|
|Marotta Controls Inc.||BAE Systems|
|Sypris Electronics||Crowley Maritime Corporation|
|National Armaments Consortium (NAC)||Leupold & Stevens, Inc.|
Energy touches every part of society. Finding and producing energy is a complex process. Companies are required to grapple with rising demand, competitive challenges, regulatory hurdles, environmental issues and new risks on a daily basis. We assist our energy clients solve the most intricate Business Development problems by combining our three decades’ industry knowledge with the right BD strategy and subject matter experts to serve as the catalyst for revenue growth.
|American Electric Power||Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)|
|MPR Associates, Inc.||AREVA|
|Baltimore Gas & Electric||ConEdison Solutions|
|Philadelphia Gas Works||New Electric|
|Diamond Lite S.A.|
Consolidation and culture change is the current embodiment in the engineering industry. Competition has never been fiercer and commoditization of services. Clients persist in expecting performance with an added efficiency focus. Savvy Business Development thinking can assist organizations including government contracting firms in managing change and growth by focusing on opportunities that offer the probability for maximizing revenue in addition to long-term profitability. MBDi provides resources such as technical SMEs with working knowledge in multiple engineering disciplines for whom Business Development is also a day to day responsibility, and can serve as an experiential resource to our engineering clients.
|Environmental Systems Corporation||National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE)|
|Larson Design Group||Cleaver-Brooks, Inc.|
|Worth & Company, Inc.||Insituform Technologies, LLC|
|Progressive Foam Technologies, Inc.||The Harrington Corporation (HARCO)|
|Basic Systems, Inc.||The Wooten Company|
|GAI-Tronics Corporation||US Army Corps of Engineers|
|Garney Construction||Bonnell Aluminum|
Organizations in biotech, pharma, environment, chemical and other contract research areas are required to address today’s challenges and also prepare for ever expanding future trends. Our industry Business Development thought leaders, subject matter experts, and credentialed individuals offer deep domain experience and functional expertise to help clients respond to rising demand, continued cost pressures, and rapidly evolving market conditions to foster revenue growth.
|Ultralife Corporation||Georgia Tech Research Institute|
|West Pharmaceutical Services||Wilmington Pharmaceutical Corp.|
|Bioriginal Food & Science Corp||AAIPharma Services Corp.|