The Expert Behind Our Business Consulting Firm
About the CEO
Dr. Damian Dunbar
Dr. Damian Dunbar, CEO, leads the talented, client-focused team at Small Business Strategy Solutions. Dr. Dunbar, a 100% disabled-veteran, brings strong skills to his position and is complemented by highly skilled team members who deliver great value to our clients.
With more than 30 years of experience in financial management, budget analysis, policy analysis, and small business contracting and subcontracting analysis—Dr. Dunbar is dedicated to helping business leaders succeed. Dr. Dunbar has a doctoral degree in business administration (DBA) from Walden University. He earned his MBA from Colorado Technical University and a Bachelor’s in Business Administration (BBA) from Baker College
A Certified Defense Financial Manager, Dr. Dunbar is a Department of Defense (DoD) Level II certified professional.
Small Business Strategy Solutions was founded by Dr. Dunbar as a result of his commitment to build partnerships with small businesses that need assistance with Federal Clearance, Business/Contract Proposal Development, and Web Design Support. This assistance helps small businesses obtain work from the U.S. government without making a staggering consulting investment to do so. Dr. Damian believes small businesses should not have to pay a lot to get a lot.
Giving back to the community is part of Small Business Strategy Solutions’ culture. The ASPCA, the less fortunate, and students in need of academic financial assistance are beneficiaries of Small Business Strategy Solutions’ charitable support.
Dr. Damian Dunbar provides valuable insight into the underutilization of billions of dollars of U.S. government funding for small business subcontracting in his publication entitled Strategies Used by Small Business Leaders to Obtain Government Contracts and Subcontracts. It is available as an e-book, softcover, and hardcover.
Dr. Dunbar conducted a qualitative multiple case study that explores the strategies five government support small business leaders in the mid-Atlantic region used to obtain U.S. government subcontract awards to remain sustainable. Small business documents and participants’ responses to semi-structured interviews showcase key components. Case study analysis and cross-case comparisons using methodological triangulation were completed.
This study explores education, experience, and networking. The study’s goal is to drive social change by providing small business leaders with new strategies to obtain contracts and subcontracts and increase organizational opportunities. This benefits small businesses, as well as improves the local economy. To purchase this publication, please click this link drdamiandunbar.com.