02. October 2018 - 9:30 till 12:30
Successful Tendering - a winning approach to the Standard Questionnaire - Tuesday 2 October 2018 - North Tyneside | The Council Chamber | Tuesday, 02. October 2018
From 1 April 2019, construction, housing repairs and maintenance services (currently delivered by Kier North Tyneside) will return to the direct management of North Tyneside Council. Various packages of work will be advertised from late September/October to start from April 2019 when the Council's contract with Kier comes to an end.
Further to the recent information events for suppliers and sub-contractors interested in joining North Tyneside's books, a series of events are on offer. The first of the series focusses on the standard Selection Questionnaire (SQ) as a single, open procedure. This standard document replaced the pre-qualification questionnaire last year and provides much greater access for SMEs for winning work.
This core session is a "must do" for all businesses considering tendering for North Tyneside opportunities or are now considering the wider public sector as a market. It takes potential bidders step-by-step through the new open process, including the Questionnaire and uses previous tenders and generic tender questions.
Join us at this free NEPO Business Club event to find out how to compete effectively and find the right way forward for your business and additionally hear from representatives from North Tyneside Council on how to make the most of this opportunity.
This hands-on practical session will provide attendees with:
An understanding of the right approach.
A step-by-step walk through of a typical questionnaire
Focus on key questions and how to prepare for success.
The event will be led by Garry Stone, Director of B2B North. Garry has helped businesses of all types and size secure their share of millions of pounds of contracts and tenders across the region and understands the challenges and issues from a real-life, practical perspective. Who should attend? This event will benefit organisations of all sizes that are starting to look at the public sector as a market, as well as more experienced organisations interested in taking a fresh look at their strategy for competing for public sector work.
How to Register: To book your free place, please click the Register button. (Please note that due to capacity restrictions attendees are limited to a maximum of 2 per organisation). Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Contact Us: If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact Lynn Atkinson at NEPO Email: ( 0191 261 3929)