Public Procurement Show next week

I'm going to the Guardian Public Procurement Show at London Excel next Wednesday. There are a couple of presentations that I want to attend, but I'll be  spending some time wandering round the exhibition no doubt.

There are plenty of familiar names there who no doubt I'll say 'hello' to (BravoSolution, Achilles... etc.) But there are also firms I don't know, so if anyone is exhibiting and thinks that they've got some exciting news / product  / service that our readers would be interested in hearing about, drop me an email (psmith (at) spendmatters.com)  - or just leave a comment here - and we can have a chat at the show.

It's probably going to need to be connected with procurement directly - technology, consulting, training etc. in the procurement space - not just a better paperclip. But it would be good to get a few responses and have a plan that will help me use my time better, rather than wandering the exhibition with a dazed look on my face as I usually do at these events...

So just tell me in a few words why we might want to cover you here and I may well see you next week.  Thanks!

 

Voices (2)

  1. Tim Williams:

    Hi Peter,

    Millstream would be delighted to welcome you to Stand C33 where we are exhibiting our myTenders service.

    myTenders was launched in 2002 to enable online submission of contract notices to the Official Journal (OJEU). As well as the Quick Quote facility which many of our users are now using for mini-competitions we have recently added the ability to publish notices on Contracts Finder. In a nutshell this means that our clients can manage all of their procurement publication on one site, with relevant notices being published in OJEU, Contracts Finder, or the authority’s own website as required.

  2. stephen ashcroft:

    Hi Peter

    We, Brian Farrington Ltd,warmly invite you to visit us at our stand C5.
    We are also presenting the procurement skills workshop. Im covering eight topics over the two days in bite-size lumps of 45 minutes…surely even one could be of mild interest!
    There are also a series of one-on-one procurement clinics available to complement the workshop events. Have a chat then?

    Steve Ashcroft
    @Farrington1978

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