Winning Public Sector Contracts
The rules demystified
Many small and medium business who would like to bid for public sector contracts feel they lack the time, expertise, or knowledge to bid successfully. This workshop aims to demystify the process.
- From: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 9.30 am
- To: Tuesday 8 December 2015, 1.30 pm
- Location: Newton building, Nottingham Conference Centre, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
At Nottingham Trent University we have spoken to many small suppliers who tell us they would like to bid for public sector contracts, but feel they lack the time, expertise, or knowledge to bid successfully.
Does this sound like you? Would you like to win contracts with public sector organisations such as universities or governmental bodies? Do the regulations and form filling put you off? Do you wish you knew the secrets of bidding success? Or perhaps you’ve already submitted a bid but have been unsuccessful?
You are not alone… and there is no secret! At this workshop we aim to demystify the process.
NTU prides itself on its customer service, and we want to improve the experience of our potential suppliers. This is your chance to put yourself on a better footing to compete with larger competitors who may have greater resources.
At this event you will:
- meet the NTU Procurement Team
- get expert guidance and support on the bidding process
- share your experiences as a local supplier
- network over a buffet lunch.
This workshop is aimed at small and medium business in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Fully funded by NTU and D2N2 Growing Places fund, there is no fee to attend and lunch is included.
This event is funded by NTU and D2N2 Growing Places fund, there is no fee to attend.
To book, please click on the add to basket button above and complete the short online booking process to reserve your place.
For any queries, if you experience difficulties with the online booking process, or to join the waiting list should the event become fully booked, please contact Angela Scott by email or telephone on 0115 848 2471.