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Growing Your Business Through Bids and Tenders Free Event

10th September 2019, 3:04 pm

With the government encouraging more public sector spend on SMEs, why not take advantage?

The number of public sector contracts being awarded to small businesses continues to rise as a direct result of new procurement rules designed to make it easier for SMEs to bid for tenders.

The recent dramatic collapse of Carillion and the inability of many of the large “strategic suppliers” to respond effectively to the fast-changing demands of this £300bn market has forced the government to re-think its business strategy and look to attract better-placed smaller, innovative and more flexible companies.

If you have yet to tap into the public sector market or would like to optimise your current efforts, find out how you can take advantage of tendering at this free seminar and networking event hosted by Bespoke Bids.

Founded by MD Leon Bright in 2014 Bespoke Bids has an industry-leading track record of helping clients improve their bidding success and win lucrative contracts. The business now employs a large team of talented and experienced bid consultants.

In this session, we will discuss:
• Public vs Private Sector Tendering
• Sourcing and Selecting Appropriate Tenders
• How to Bid Effectively
• Writing Techniques and Best Practice

Date and Time
Thu, 24 October 2019 | 17:30 – 19:30 BST

Location
WeWork Dalton Place
29 John Dalton Street
Manchester
M2 6DS

Businesses can sign up for FREE through the following link: https://bit.ly/2m9qqUR

Leon Bright MD of Bespoke Bids Consultancy commented

‘Winning bids and tenders can be a game changer for any business. That’s why we have developed our training centre to help clients understand how to get the best out of their bidding efforts and, of course, to win the business and gain the benefits that will bring.”

Bespoke Bids Client, Colin Denton MD of North London Garages Group added:

“Working with Leon and his team gives you the assurance you are working with professional and experienced consultants who understand the process thoroughly. That was very important to me, and that’s why Bespoke will always be my first choice.”

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