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Tendering and the supply chain

If your business is a small or medium-sized enterprise SME (employing up to 250), and wants to improve its chances of winning public and private sector contracts, Business Wales - Tendering may be able to help.

Introducing Business Wales’ Supply Chain Summits; four sessions that will explore the opportunities available to Welsh SMEs in supplying the public sector and large industry buyers.

There may be opportunities for your business to provide goods, works or services to the public sector, either through a direct contract or by becoming a sub-contractor.
Submitting a tender is common practice for businesses supplying goods or services to the public sector or to other businesses.
Workshops to understand what buyer’s look for in a supplier and to develop your skills and knowledge to successfully tender for public or private sector contracts.

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