UKIS 2020 Webinar Explores Opportunities with HS2
UKIS 2020 and CompeteFor hosted a webinar earlier this week (Wed 17 June 2020) in partnership with HS2 Ltd, entitled ‘Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure and Supply Chains’.
The webinar featured Rob Slater, a Supply Chain Manager at HS2 Ltd, who spoke to attendees about HS2 as a programme and what is going on at the various HS2 sites as well as information on major contracts within HS2. He also took attendees through how HS2 is using CompeteFor to widen their supply chain opportunities.
Rob gave the inside track on how large-scale infrastructure projects work along with insight on what buyers are looking for in their supply chains, how and when they engage with suppliers and the many requirements they have – not all of which are obvious.
Rob was joined by Eddie Regan, BiP Solutions’ Principal Procurement Consultant, who was on hand to give advice to public sector organisations on how to bid and win tenders, as well as offering advice on procurement policy.
HS2 Ltd iw official partner at UKIS, which will take place on 9 September 2020 at Birmingham’s NEC. Experts from HS2 will be based in the HS2 Pavilion, where attendees will be able to meet and engage with representatives and gain a further insight into this exciting project, as well as the supply chain opportunities that are available to suppliers.
HS2 will also be participating at the UKIS Live Stage, and in the Transport Supply Chain Zone.
Don’t miss out on the chance to visit HS2 Ltd at the HS2 Pavilion and hear leading procurement experts speak about how they do business with CompeteFor. Book now to avoid disappointment at https://www.ukinfrastructureshow.co.uk/book-now/
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