The government is making it easier for small and medium sized businesses to win public sector contracts
The public sector spends £187 billion each year on goods and services, and the Government wants to work with more small and medium sized businesses (SMEs).
We know SMEs offer value for money and services just as good as big companies, so we want to make sure you can successfully compete for our business.
That’s why we’ve changed the way government buys goods and services, to make the process easier for everyone. So what’s changed?
Interested? Watch Piers Linney’s (BBC Dragon’s Den) tips on winning public sector contracts here.
Don’t delay. Find out more at: GOV.UK – A guide to doing business with government
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