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Secrets of Winning New Contracts

June 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Secrets of Winning New contracts

Secrets of Winning New Contracts

Secrets Of Winning New Contracts – Branduin’s Fit To Bid® programme is designed to develop and enhance supply chains and provide local businesses with the practical knowledge and skills required to submit tenders and win new contracts at Council Procurement, Construction Projects, Transport Hubs, and large Private Sector buyers.

The content is a blend of acknowledged best practices based on the art and science of bid writing, used by professional bid teams around the world, supplemented by proven tools which have been developed by our experienced bid writing and bid winning experts.

Join us to learn and discuss how SMEs can gain new skills, and understand why certain bids win and others fail, providing you with the skills and knowledge to write and submit winning bids.

Special focus on Watford Borough Council’s supply chain consultancy programme to help local SMEs engage and win new contracts with Watford Council Procurement and Anchor Institutions (large buyers).

Your Speaker Nauzar Manekshaw

As owner and Managing Director of Branduin Business Support, Nauzar oversees the delivery of Local Authority and Enterprise Hub contracts, finance, and governance.

Following a successful international career with American and Japanese multi-nationals, he co-founded Branduin in 2011 and has since helped to win and successfully deliver over thirty-five business support programmes funded by ERDF, UKSPF, Local Authorities Regeneration Units, London Mayor’s New Homes Bonus Schemes, Growth Hubs, and University Enterprise Hubs.

Nauzar is a Licenced Practitioner of the Business Model Canvas, and founder of Branduin’s Fit To Bid® supply-chain, GOALMAPPER® start-ups and innovation, SalesMapper® cohort-based scale-ups, Fit To Export® international development, FORTUNA® Women in Business entrepreneur support, and Fit For Finance® business resilience programmes.

Your Event Charity - Great Ormond Street Hospital

How will we make our hospital out of this world by 2025?

We’ve discovered what will make the most difference to our patients and staff and have set ourselves six ambitious programmes of work to deliver better, safer and kinder care and save and improve more lives

We want GOSH to be an incredible place to work, so we’ll invest more in the wellbeing, education and development of our fantastic staff.

By putting the patient at the centre of our thinking, we will deliver a Future Hospital programme which will transform outdated pathways and processes.

We’ll improve and speed up access to urgent care and stay one step ahead by developing virtual technology so care can be accessed both in and out of the hospital.

We’ll develop the GOSH Learning Academy to help staff learn and thrive as they care for our patients.

When conducting research into rare and complex conditions, we’ll involve everyone to help speed up the development of new treatments and cures.

And to help care for children with rare and hard to treat cancers, we’ll build a new Children’s Cancer Centre, a space with state-of-the-art facilities.

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Our Event Charity

Great Ormond Street Hospital

How will we make our hospital out of this world by 2025?We’ve discovered what will make the most difference to our patients and staff and have set ourselves six ambitious programmes of work to deliver better, safer and kinder care and save and improve more livesWe want GOSH to be an incredible place to work, so we’ll invest more in the wellbeing, education and development of our fantastic staff.By putting the patient at the centre of our thinking, we will deliver a Future Hospital programme which will transform outdated pathways and processes.We’ll improve and speed up access to urgent care and stay one step ahead by developing virtual technology so care can be accessed both in and out of the hospital.We’ll develop the GOSH Learning Academy to help staff learn and thrive as they care for our patients.When conducting research into rare and complex conditions, we’ll involve everyone to help speed up the development of new treatments and cures.And to help care for children with rare and hard to treat cancers, we’ll build a new Children’s Cancer Centre, a space with state-of-the-art facilities.

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June 10
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11:00 am - 12:30 pm
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