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TMCS - Member of CIC Association
Posted by Rachael Smith on 1st Apr 2011 at 15:56
Tender Management Community Services is now a member of the CIC Association. The CIC Association is the home of regulated social business. It aims to be a useful resource to its members, and a positive conduit in the further development of all things CIC. TMCS intends to be an active member and contributor to the Association.
NAVCA Tender Support Project
Posted by Rachael Smith on 4th Apr 2011 at 9:46
The NAVCA Tender Support project came to an end on 31st March. As an approved NAVCA consultant TMCS provided training and support to 11 voluntary sector organisations, all new to tendering, including assisting organisations to win contracts worth a total of almost £380,000. NAVCA is submitting an evaluation report to the cabinet office, before a decision is taken on whether to renew the programme.
Salford & Manchester Business Fair
Posted by Rachael Smith on 15th Apr 2011 at 11:24
Mike and Maddy will be representing Tender Management at the Salford and Manchester Business Fair on Tuesday 19th April. The fair is taking place between 10.30 - 15.30 at Maxwell Hall, University of Salford and is free for all to attend (no need to pre-register!).
At 12.15, Mike will be presenting a workshop on 'How an SME can win a public sector tender in 45 minutes', and both he and Maddy will be available all day to chat - so do come and say hello!
Contracts Finder - have you registered?
Posted by Rachael Smith on 15th Apr 2011 at 11:38
Contracts finder is a new site that will soon be the main source of government opportunities worth over £10,000. We recommend that you keep an eye on the contracts advertised on this site, and sign up for their email alerts.
To find out more, and to register for alerts, visit the site using the following link:
Mike on City Talk this Sunday!
Posted by Rachael Smith on 28th Apr 2011 at 10:19
Mike will be one of the guests on this week's 'City Talks Business with Frank McKenna'!
He will be part of this weeks panel, and the main discussion topic of the show will be:
How can the private sector strengthen its position in what is a worryingly deteriorating economy in Liverpool, and how can we develop public-private sector relationships to strengthen our position as a business friendly city.
Be sure to tune in to City Talk 105.9 this Sunday 1st May at 10am to listen!