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Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure and Supply Chains
UKIS 2020 and CompeteFor Present – Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure and Supply Chains
Date- 17th June 2020
UKIS 2020 and CompeteFor present: Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure Supply Chains
As a media partner for the UK Infrastructure Show 2020 (UKIS), we are delighted to announce an upcoming webinar delivered by the UKIS team, in association with CompeteFor and HS2.
We are delighted to also confirm our speaker from HS2 is Robert Slater, Supply Chain Manager, at HS2. Robert will provide insight on what buyers look for in their supply chains, how and when they engage with suppliers and the many requirements they have – not all of which are obvious.
On the day, Robert will also be joined by Eddie Regan, Principal Procurement Consultant at the Procurement Advice and Support Service (PASS), who will attempt to unlock some of the complexities around procurement to provide you with the tools to identify, bid for, and win tenders. You will also hear from the CompeteForTeam, who will also explain how the service can connect you with all major infrastructure projects throughout the UK, ensuring that you won’t miss any potential opportunities.
This, alongside further details on this year’s UKIS, and the chance to ask both Robert and Eddie your burning questions, means this is shaping into a ‘must-attend’ event for anyone seeking to tap into the infrastructure market.
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