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These upcoming events are designed to help companies meet buyers, understand markets, and improve marketing. Local, regional, national and international opportunities are to be had and these events are a great way to learn more.
ConstructionOnline - Meet the Buyer
September to November
Construction Online is organising a programme of Meet the Buyer events for the construction industry. Events will be attended by main contractors and public sector buyers. The first event is in Newcastle on the 7th of September, then moves to Lincoln, Liverpool, Bristol, London, Glasgow, Nottingham and Southampton.
London Build 2017
25 - 26 October
Dedicated entirely to opportunities in London and the South of England, London Build is attended contractors, developers, government, architects, solution providers and more. Conference topics covered include transport and infrastructure, upcoming contracts/tenders and business opportunities, sustainability, and fire safety.
Meet the Buyer
At this Meet the Buyer event, attendees can have a one to one session with public sector buyers, visit SME and business market stalls, and see seminar presentations throughout the day. There will be 15-minute-long slots with public sector procurement specialists, in which attendees will be able to discuss what their companies offer and how it would match with the buyers’ needs, how to navigate the procurement route, and what to can expect in terms of timings. Public sector buyers from New College Nottingham & Central College, Nottingham City Homes, University of Nottingham, Metropolitan Housing, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottinghamshire Healthcare Foundation Trust have confirmed attendance.
GO NHS Procurement Conference 2017
Want insight into a £26 billion market? This conference will explain local, regional and national routes into selling to the NHS and the challenges the organisation faces. Delivering world class services while reducing cost requires dialogue, understanding and insight. Appreciating these challenges gives engaged suppliers a head start over their competition. Now is the time for suppliers with innovative or cost-saving products or services to step up and make the most of this chance to sell to the NHS.
Food Matters Live - Meet the Buyer
21 - 23 November
This three-day event of seminars for the food and catering sector will include a Meet the Buyer programme. It is designed to give exhibitors and visitors the opportunity to develop relationships with key category buyers, brand managers and innovation teams from food retail, foodservice, NPD teams and buyers from food manufacturers.https://www.foodmatterslive.com/whats-on/exhibition/meet-the-buyer