Technical Communities CEO a Panel Speaker at Federal Market Seminar

Offering Views on Navigating the Federal Market

SAN BRUNO, CA, NOVEMBER 20, 2015 — Peter Ostrow, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Technical Communities, Inc., the company that technical organizations rely on for proven contracting, marketing, and sales solutions, was a panel speaker at the November 10 seminar jointly sponsored by the Professional Services Council, Technology Association of Oregon, and California Technology Council.

The “Federal Market: Innovation New Entries and A Changing Environment” seminar, took place at Prospect Silicon Valley in San Jose, California, covered the challenges of the procurement process to the competition for innovation.

“Getting to ‘Yes’ is not easy when one is navigating through the Federal procurement system,” said Peter Ostrow, President and CEO of Technical Communities. “It is my honor to share the entrepreneurship experience and expertise on government procurement of technology with the participants of this great event.”

Peter Ostrow has been with Technical Communities since early 1999. Prior to joining Technical Communities, he worked for Narrowline, a San Francisco-based Internet transaction and research company. From 1988 to 1997, Mr. Ostrow held various positions at The New York Times, including managing director for The New York Times Magazine. Mr. Ostrow is an instructor in e-commerce management and a regular speaker at industry conferences focusing on the government marketing and sales experience, as well as technology enabled marketing services for both government-focused marketers and technology marketers looking to increase their lead generation and nurturing activities.

About Technical Communities

Technical Communities, Inc. (TCI) is the holding company that operates two businesses that helps technology companies market and sell. TCI’s leading reseller and distribution practice focuses on the sales development and government contracting inside the Public Sector. TCI currently holds four General Services Administration (GSA) Schedules, multiple Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts and Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs). The company owns and operates online marketplaces and content sites such as,, and TCI also operates a full service advertising agency. Services include lead generation, brand awareness, and market research programs. The services are uniquely built from TCI’s 15 years of B2B and B2G selling and marketing experience and its unique transactional, proprietary database of 2+ million prospects. For more information, visit