STARKVILLE, Miss.—Aerospace and defense industry leaders and experts explored opportunities and challenges facing the sector in Mississippi during a productive two days of discussions and networking. Hosted by Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) and Mississippi State University, the Mississippi Aerospace and Defense Symposium brought together leaders in industry, academia and the public sector to discuss […]
Contact: James Carskadon STARKVILLE, Miss.—A late June symposium in Starkville is kicking off a new effort to unite the state’s aerospace and defense sectors. The Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) and Mississippi State University are hosting the Mississippi Aerospace and Defense Symposium June 27-29 at The Mill at MSU. The symposium will bring together leaders from industry, academia […]
Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) announced two changes to its Board of Directors, welcoming President and CEO of the Gulf Coast Business Council, Jamie Miller, and electing Todd Ladner, IT Manager for SaiTech at Stennis Space Center to serve as Chairman of the Board.
Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) named Sara Doss its Director of Business Development. In this role, Sara will focus on recruiting new Aerospace and Defense (A&D) companies to Mississippi while providing support and expansion assistance to the state’s existing A&D industry. Specifically, she will formalize an A&D consortium with the goal of securing lucrative defense contracts for Mississippi businesses.
Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) has entered a strategic partnership with the Federal Laboratory Consortium (FLC) as part of an ongoing campaign to build stronger relationships and greater collaboration between federal laboratories and small businesses, while facilitating economic development in the Southern Gulf Region of the U.S. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between MSET and […]
Mississippi Enterprise for Technology President and CEO Davis Pace named member of American Enterprise Institute’s prestigious Leadership Network. Established in 1938, the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) is a Washington-based, public policy think tank dedicated to defending human dignity, expanding human potential, and building a freer and safer world. The Leadership Network is an exclusive, invitation-only […]
Competing for government contracts can be intimidating for an uninitiated small business. If you are having a difficult time deciphering what opportunities are available and how to apply for them, you’re not alone. The Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) is one of the resources available to help small businesses break into government contracting at Stennis Space Center (SSC).
Learn more about MSET Affiliate member Relativity Space, their facilities at Stennis Space Center, and their plans for building their business in the state of Mississippi.
The Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) announced the election of two new members to its Board of Directors: Brian Henson and Kimberly Aguillard.
ComSolutions, an all-in-one business technology services provider based in Covington, Louisiana, is a prime example of a commercial business that has taken full advantage of the resources available to them as an MSET Affiliate member. By frequently participating in MSET’s educational programming and networking opportunities, as well as consulting MSET during the bidding process, ComSolutions has significantly grown their federal contracting division.