Each year, opportunities worth over £7bn are made available to provide goods and services for Welsh public sector organisations, as well as sub-contracting opportunities for the private sector companies operating throughout its supply chains. On this page, we’ll explain how companies in Wales can discover and bid for this work via Sell2Wales, the online gateway, information source and procurement platform set up by the Welsh Government. We'll also explain more about how Business Wales can support you in your journey to win public sector business.
Take a look at our Support Sessions – six videos that cover everything you need to support your journey as a business into the supply chain. These Support Sessions will answer common questions, step-by-step guidance and a look at the different elements of procurement and tendering processes.
The Foundational Economy and how to win work in the public sector
In this film we explain all about the Foundational Economy and introduce Sell2Wales, the online gateway, information source and procurement platform.
Getting started with Sell2Wales
Get started with Sell2Wales, the Welsh Government’s online platform that provides companies with an opportunity to search, and bid for, public sector business.
What are the extra benefits of Sell2Wales?
Advanced functions embedded within Sell2Wales that provide extra benefits to the service and where you can really maximise the opportunities available to you.
Tendering portals and frameworks
Within Wales’ public sector supply chains, we learn about the different tendering portals and frameworks available to access public sector procurement contracts.
Meet the Buyer events
Meet the Buyer events involve one to one meetings between potential buyers and sellers to discuss live tendering opportunities.
Tendering – the tips & tricks
We talk about how to put together a truly excellent tender. So if you want to learn all about the tips and tricks that will elevate your tender above all others, watch on.
Engaging with supply chain opportunities is beneficial to your business, but don’t take our word for it. Listen to what some successful businesses have to say and find out more about the impact securing new supply chain opportunities has had on their business.
Specialist Security Company
Rachel Fleri, owner, manager and director of Specialist Security Company based in Cardiff, South Wales talks about the support received from Business Wales to assist with supply chain support.
OTM Grounds Care
Ollie Metcalfe, one of the owners of OTM Groundscare which are based in Hay-On-Wye, Mid Wales discusses how his business has benefitted from supply chain advice through Business Wales.
Gethin Dwyfor, managing director of Oren Foods located in Penrhyndeudraeth in North Wales mentions how Business Wales supported him on bidding and winning public sector work.
In this resource pack, we will explain how businesses in Wales can discover and bid for public sector work via Sell2Wales, the online gateway, information source and procurement platform set up by the Welsh Government. Find out how Business Wales can support you by downloading the Supply Chain Support resource pack here:
Whatever the size of your business, wherever you are in Wales, and whatever the products or services you provide, these summits will provide you with invaluable insights into how to become part of this £7 billion annual opportunity. We can also provide bespoke 1-2-1 advice sessions, so if you feel inspired by what you watch, get in touch with the team to book your free session where our specialist advisers will help you to map out and engage with your Supply Chain opportunities.
For more information and to speak to a relevant advisor contact us.