Opportunities in Education Infrastructure
With the UK firmly focused on a recovery in a post-COVID world, the recent National Infrastructure Pipeline 2020/2021 has predicted £5.3 billion of future opportunities in social infrastructure, which includes education. It’s a significant opportunity for all businesses, irrespective of size – but what does this mean for the UK’s many SMEs seeking to access supply chain opportunities?
According to a recent Construction Online Survey, 60% of participants find it difficult or extremely difficult to source supply chain opportunities. This is where Tracker* can help. Our latest guidance, written in association with Construction Online, explains:
- Why education infrastructure represents a significant opportunity in 2020/21
- What percentage of contract notices relate to contracts below £500,000
- How to source the right contract notice or framework for your business
Education contracts are available to all businesses, including SMEs. Read Opportunities in Education to find out how you can tap into the UK’s biggest education infrastructure opportunities today.
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*Tracker provides business intelligence, support and tools to support businesses to make informed decisions about the marketplace. Powered by the UK’s largest database of public and private sector contract opportunities, Tracker can give unrivalled insight into opportunities within infrastructure and construction projects. To find out how you can spend less time searching for opportunities and more time seizing those very opportunities, get in touch with us today
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