Local Companies Up their Game with Tender WorkshopPosted on 18th June 2012
25 businesses, mainly local, took part in the InterTradeIreland Go-2-Tender Workshop held on the 07 and 14 June at the Manor House Hotel, Killadeas. The workshop supported locally by Fermanagh District Council, gives companies the confidence, knowledge and practical skills to tender successfully for public sector contracts particularly on a cross-border basis. The event was very popular with companies travelling from Roscommon and Galway as well as local companies, taking part. This market even with recent cuts to budgets is currently estimated to be worth €20/£16billion across the island and is a market worth consideration.
Speakers at the event included a buyer from the Central Procurement Directorate who advised companies on best practice when tendering into government. InterTradeIreland also provided companies with information on an upcoming Upping Your Game Meet the Buyer event taking place in Cookstown on the 27 September 2012. At this event, companies will have the opportunity to speak to buyers with budgets of approximately €4/£3billion and hopefully use the skills gained through the Go-2-Tender Programme to tender for some of the opportunities available. For more information on Go2Tender and the Meet the Buyer event visit www.intertradeireland.com/public-procurement
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