Swindon businesses could be missing out by not tapping into millions of pounds worth of Government contracts.
That’s the message which will be delivered to Swindon networking group Business Village next Thursday (September 24), in a talk from Denise O’Leary, of Purpol Marketing.
Denise will explain how the Government wants 30 per cent of its £250bn spend to go to SMEs and is actively encouraging businesses to bid. It has even made the bidding process less onerous for smaller companies.
Chippenham-based Purpol Marketing specialises in marketing strategy and bid management, with a focus on SMEs and the construction and manufacturing sectors. Denise has guided many clients through the Government’s tendering process from multi-billion pound frameworks to smaller local contracts.
She will talk about recent changes in Government procurement legislation and provide tips on how businesses can align themselves to win contracts.
“I am delighted to have been invited to speak at the Business Village networking group,” said Denise, “Effective bid management is a subject Purpol Marketing are passionate about, as success is measured not by how many clients Purpol wins, but how much Purpol helps its clients win. I will be sharing tips on where to look for contracts and how to present your company in the best light.”
Business Village meets each Thursday for breakfast and networking at The Campanile Hotel, on the Delta Business Park, Swindon, from 7.30-9am. The group charges no membership fee, just £10 per visit, and all are welcome.
To book, visit: www.businessvillage.org.
For more information about Purpol Marketing visit: www.purpolmarketing.co.uk
Pictured above: Denise O’Leary of Purpol Marketing