Beat the Recession with Public Sector Contracts: Part 1Posted in : Supplementary Articles NI on 8 November 2010
The public sector spends large sums of money each year and they are always looking for new suppliers. Thoughts of supplying to this market are often halted by the statement, ‘It’s too difficult and I might not win the contract’. However, considering the expanse of the public sector, there may be an opportunity for your business, through a direct contract or a subcontract to increase your Company revenue. Public sector organisations also make good customers. They must be fair, honest and professional in their approach. So, it is well worthwhile taking the time to find out how the system for tendering works and what is required to submit a winning tender.
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