FinditinWorcestershire: Meet the Buyer

On Tuesday 18 September 2018, FinditinWorcestershire is offering the local supply chain the opportunity to meet the region’s public sector buyers and commissioners behind a variety of contracting opportunities.

The event will also be a guide for contractors and suppliers to help them tender for contracts let by a number of public sector organisations.

SMEs need to be supported into being more proactive in bidding for public sector contracts and overcoming both perceived and real challenges. Smaller businesses shouldn’t fear the procurement process but embrace the opportunities it offers and the doors to new business it opens up.

This event will give insight into tender procedures for supplies and services which will highlight the different approaches to purchasing, how it is organised and what the potential purchasing requirements are.

This is a great opportunity for SME’s to meet buyers from:

  • Worcestershire County Council
  • District Councils
  • Place Partnership Ltd
  • Hereford & Worcester Fire & Rescue Services
  • University of Worcester
  • Warwickshire and West Mercia Police
  • NHS


Trades of interest include:

  • Building Contractors Small Works
  • Civil Engineers
  • Construction Contractors (Infrastructure)
  • Facilities Management
  • Graphic design
  • M & E Contractors
  • Printers for smaller ad hoc requirements
  • Professional development
  • Waste collection
  • Web design
  • Window manufactures and installers

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