GO Strategies  

Caring about happiness, we inspire people to grow.


Are You Ready?

A version of the American Jobs Plan will be heading to the president’s desk sometime later this year with trillions of dollars going to improving and upgrading our infrastructure. The slicing of the plan will include federal and non-federal projects (state and local governments) for transportation, water, energy, building projects, communications (internet), and research and development.

Planning and positioning for a piece of the infrastructure pie will take vision, strategy, and focus to align your firm with talent and experience. While there are many unknowns still, the steps to prepare start now. The question to ask is, are you ready? Ready with a process to strategically pursue. Ready to attract and retain the right talent. Ready to deliver quality work.

GO can help you set your vision and strategy to get a piece of the pie for your firm. We’re here to help you be ready and WIN.

Ready to GO?

GO Strategies is all about looking at marketing, business development (BD), and human capital management with a creative bent. Asking “why not?” and “what if?” are big parts of our game. Just because you’ve “always done it that way,” doesn’t mean it will hold water tomorrow. And a changing world offers numerous opportunities, if you have the strategies to capture them.

Serving the architecture, engineering, and construction industries.



Frank & Deirdre Gilmore of TankGirl Marketing

TankGirl Marketing: Bridging the Generation Gap


 As yet another new generation is entering our workforce, the distance between the generations is becoming an increasing concern. Most firms are in a human resource deficit and need to be more inclusive of all work styles, needs, wants, and desires of employees age 25 to 75. Retaining the best talent means understanding one another on a fundamental level and finding common ground.

In this program, we will discuss:

  • Overview of the generations and their work styles

  • How birth order, cultural backgrounds, and other socio-economic factors can affect employees

  • How to bridge the distance between the generations

  • Demystifying the wants and needs “we” assume “they” have

  • Tips and tricks for better communication to increase engagement and productivity


Frank & Kathryn

SMPS Sacramento: Business Development YOU


Join Frank and Kathryn as they share how YOU can make a difference in business development for your company and what your role is in turning a prospect into a client.



SMPS New York: How Can I Go Out On My Own


Frank joins a panel of marketing and business development consultants as they discuss what it takes to go out on your own.