UKIS 2020 and CompeteFor Present – Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure and Supply Chains
Date- 17th June 2020
UKIS 2020 and CompeteFor present: Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure Supply Chains
Before the Coronavirus pandemic, the United Kingdom was ready for major investment into infrastructure programmes which would connect the nation, and, unleash growth out-with traditional centre.
Now, as we gear up to imagine a post COVID-19 world, infrastructure projects will play a key role in the UK’s recovery by helping businesses of all sizes rebuild, as well as, rejuvenating the economy in the process. The future now looks different to what it did at the start of 2020, but the need for first-rate infrastructure is needed more now than ever before.
This free webinar, presented in partnership with the UK Infrastructure Show and CompeteFor -who are the UK’s leading infrastructure chain portal, is entitled Building for Recovery: Opportunities in Infrastructure Supply Chains. The webinar will be presented by a guest speaker of HS2, along with Eddie Regan, Principal Procurement Consultant at the Procurement Advice and Support Service (PASS), in addition to this, a representative of CompeteFor will also explain how the service can connect you with all major infrastructure projects throughout the UK, ensuring that you won’t miss any potential opportunities.
In the webinar they will explain where valuable opportunities exist, and how to become part of this multi-billion-pound investment programme. It will also give a powerful insight into how procurement works within the sector, enabling businesses and organisations to prepare effectively.
The webinar will also provide attendees with a sample of the content that will be presented on the day at the UK Infrastructure Show (UKIS2020) which is scheduled for September 2020, complimentary registration for this event can be found here.
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