The Government wants 30% of the £260bn procurement spend to be with Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SME’s) - businesses just like yours!
Purpol Marketing, specialists in government contract bid management will share their expertise to provide practical and valuable insight into how SME’s can effectively bid for Local Authority contracts.
This seminar will provide businesses with an overview of the tools that they need to be able to understand the process and bid with confidence. We will cover the change in the procurement rules, the first places to look for contract opportunities and the simple process to register your company to start finding contracts. We will share golden rules for bidding success and top tips on what you should do first.
We will use our expertise gained on already winning many government contracts to explain the critical elements in the bidding approach, so that you can be a winner too!
Denise O’Leary, is an award winning bid writer and PQQ expert. Her business Purpol Marketing has just been named the New Business of the Year 2016 in the Bristol Post and Bath Chronicle Women in Business Awards.
As well as a long standing obsession with everything purple, and a love of marketing strategy; she is a bid expert, having won places on £bn frameworks as well as local projects for small businesses.
With 25+ years of combined client side experience, Purpol Marketing acts as your external marketing department, with proven expertise in all elements of marketing across various industries. We are specialists in B2B Marketing within Construction and Manufacturing Sectors delivering marketing director level expertise on a ‘pay as you go’ basis. We develop and implement effective marketing strategies that get results. Whatever your marketing challenge - we would be delighted to assist you.
The Bath Business Show 14th October 2016 10am- 3pm is a large regional Business Expo full of vital business content and many networking opportunities. Business people from the wider region, including Somerset, Wiltshire, Bristol and Gloucestershire are invited to attend for free. The main Show will open at 10am and close at 3pm, but some pre-show seminars and content will start from 9am and finish at 4pm.