Tendering Workshop Announced By Belfast City Council

InterTradeIreland and Belfast City Council are hosting a practical workshop aimed at small businesses who have no or limited tendering experience.

The workshop will cover:

• advice on proposal writing ('proposals' as opposed to lengthy 'tenders')

• responding to 'below threshold' work (i.e. below £25k) required by NI public bodies

• specifically, proposals for work below the £5K threshold will be covered

• how to simply and easily respond to a 'mini competition' by email
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• documents that may be required to attach to the email proposal

• finding tender opportunities – registering with the main sources of relevant tender opportunities for SMEs

• the eTenders family of websites

The event will take place at Belfast City Hall on 05 February, 2019, and is free to attend.

Register your place at here.

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