Supply UK Market Intelligence

Supply UK Market Intelligence

In order to ensure the organisation’s decision-making is rigorous and evidence-based, staff at Innovate UK need to be able to access objective, authoritative and up-to-date technology and market intelligence on a wide range of topics.

UK Market Intelligence

UK SHARED BUSINESS SERVICES LTD

Contract summary

Industry

Construction and Real Estate, Printing and Publishing, Research and Development

Location of contract

Any region

Value of contract (£)

£40,000 – £55,000

Published date

07 August 2015

Closing date

26 August 2015

Contract start date

01 October 2015

Contract end date

31 October 2017

Description

The ability to identify emerging trends, technologies and market opportunities is critical to Innovate UK’s success as the UK’s innovation agency. The aim of this tender exercise is to support strategic decision-making at Innovate UK through access to relevant, timely and credible intelligence about markets and technologies. Innovate UK employs industry and technology specialists with a breadth of expertise across sectors, market and technologies. In order to ensure the organisation’s decision-making is rigorous and evidence-based, staff at Innovate UK need to be able to access objective, authoritative and up-to-date technology and market intelligence on a wide range of topics.

About the buyer

Contact name

Laura Gawthorn

Address

North Star House

North Star Avenue

Swindon

SN2 1FF

England

Telephone

01793867005

Email

Research@uksbs.co.uk

Other information

Attachments

ITQ Questions

ITQ Invitation to Quote questions BLOJEU-CR150046INNUK.pdf

UK SBS BLOJEU-CR150046INNUK ITQ

BLOJEU-CR150046INNUK ITQ.pdf

Terms and Conditions

Terms and conditions.pdf

AW5.2 Price Schedule

AW5.2 Price Schedule BLOJEU-CR150046INNUK.xlsx

Bidder Training

Bidder_Training_V1.0.pdf

Bidder logging in for the first time

Bidder_-_Logging_into_Emptoris_for_the_first_time_V1.0.pdf

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How to apply

Please apply directly to the buyer using the contact details provided.

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