Bid2Win-For Your Share of a Market worth Billons

Posted by Jim on September 29, 2019  /   Posted in Blog

What’s the value of the Public Procurement market …. in the UK and Ireland?
£11bn in Scotland
Close to £11bn on the Island of Ireland too
And over £260bn in England & Wales
That presents a massive market opportunity for companies throughout Antrim, Newtownabbey, Lisburn and Castlereagh.
Private sector supply chains – where tendering is prevalent – also present major opportunities on these islands, in the construction sector, in water, energy, health, transport, marine, aviation/aerospace….. and many other supply chains.
These sectors are all being primed for major investment – by Governments and major corporates in Ireland and across all regions of the UK.

Accessing these Opportunities
Can SME’s access these opportunities?
Yes – all of the data now confirms that SME’s win 80% of public tenders in the UK and Ireland. Many of the very large contracts do go to large corporates … and rightly so; but SME’s win the lions’ share of public contracts.
In private sector supply chains – at Tier 1, big corporates dominate. And they need high-quality suppliers to tender for work packages, that become more and more accessible to SME’s at Tier 2 and Tier 3.

So What Now?
If you want to Bid2Win, to improve your bidding performance (and to achieve growth) in tendered sectors of the market in the UK and Ireland – then this Bid2Win programme will help you to:
Identify the right target sectors, companies, and public sector bodies to bid into;
Identify sources of information on bid pipelines, and live bid events;
Make the right decisions, about what bids to pursue, and which to leave well alone;
Improve your bid content;
And ultimately improve bid outcomes: Bid2Win much more often.
To participate on Bid2Win, please click on the button below to download the application form-

Click Here

Please send the completed application to:

An Overview of The Programme – What it Involves
First – you attend a workshop on Bidding to Win. There are 4 of these workshops per annum, and you must attend one, in order to avail of the significant level of mentor support.
If you recruit new people to your tender/bid team, you can attend more than one Bidding to Win workshop – but you must attend one as a minimum.
For workshop dates, please see below:
Bidding to Win Workshops

9 October 2019
Yarn Suite, Mossley Mill, Newtownabbey
7.30am – 10.30am
13 November 2019
Ecos Centre, Ballymena
5.00pm – 8.30pm

***Additional workshops are planned so keep an eye on this site!
When you attend the workshop, we’ll allocate a mentor to you, to work through a tender ready checklist– to get an in-depth view of your tender experience, tendering activity, tendering plans ….. and team, process, etc.
The checklist then triggers one of three levels of mentor support:
Stream 1: 1 day of mentor support.
Stream 2: Up to 3 days of mentor support.
Stream 3: Up to 4 days of mentor support.
You can potentially start with Stream 1 or 2 mentoring ….. and progress to stream 3 if a live tender opportunity emerges.
But you can only have access to a maximum of 4 days of mentor time in total (after your checklist) across all streams. This limit has to be adhered to, because the programme is free of charge, and mentoring must be made available to as many SME’s as possible.
The Programme also provides you with the opportunity to participate in:
A series of Specialist Workshops
A series of Specialist Workshops

There are 12 Specialist Workshops planned on a range of: –
topical, specialist & sectoral tendering topics
market opportunities – tender pipelines Both private & public sector
For Example: –
Consortium Building & Collaborative Bidding;
PQQ & Frameworks;
Dynamic Purchasing Systems Social clauses;
Preparing for Meet the Buyer Events.
Meet the Buyer Events (across 3 years)
Involving major public sector and private sector organisations in the region for scheduled meet the buyer events.
To participate on this tender support programme –
Click Here
Or call 02890 452777 to speak to a member of the tender team.

About Jim

James is a director with JCR Network Services Ltd, which provides sales, marketing and business development expertise to local SMEs in Ireland and the UK. Many businesses have developed their growth strategies through our focussed actions. We specialise in helping the agri-food , emerging technology, manufacturing and services sectors.

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