How to sell your goods to government

By Dan Wilson May 4, 2016 - 1:55 am

One of the real opportunities for small businesses is getting a contract to sell to local or central government. It’s not always easy but they really do have big bucks to spend.

But how do you go about doing it? There’s an event coming up in Swindon that will be of interest and check out the videos below from Enterprise Nation.

As they say of the event: “find out how to sell to government, meet buyers and learn about:
– How to get tender ready and the procurement platforms you should be visiting
– Development plans for Swindon and how your small business can get a piece of the action
– A process for building your public sector sales pipeline
– Hear from sales experts, Denise O’Leary and Alison Edgar, plus procurement executives

Whether you’re selling graphic design, garden landscaping, furnishings or uniforms, the government represents a big customer!”

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