Sell to government session and free 15-minute consultation

THE public sector across the UK, from hospitals and schools to central government, police forces and universities, spends about £290 billion a year through public procurement.  

Tussell, the data and intelligence source on UK public sector procurement, has offered Made in Britain members a free, bespoke 15-minute consultation, to dig into your target public sector market and competitors.  To take advantage of this offer, sign up here:

The offer follows the 28 April 2022 Made in Britain online session on ‘how to do more business with government in the UK’.  Made in Britain’s advisor on government and international trade, George Middleton, was joined by government procurement specialist Lloyd Johnson (left) at Tussell who spoke exclusively to Made in Britain members.

Mr Johnson offered an overview of the public sector procurement market, showing public sector procurement spending has been at its highest during the last two years and that between 24 per cent and 28 per cent of spending is on SMEs. Average SME public sector earnings have continually grown since 2016, with over 100,000 SMEs winning business in 2020.

He went on to talk Made in Britain members through Tussell’s three-step plan for UK manufacturers to grow in the public sector, which can be summarised as starting small and partnering, getting on to a framework, before ultimately bidding on larger contracts. Mr Johnson also gave his view on how UK manufacturers can use being British to their advantage.

Made in Britain’s aim is to support Made in Britain members sell more of what they make. This online session with Tussell was the latest in an ongoing programme of public sector procurement activities and communications delivered by Made in Britain. Recent activity has included sessions with Leidos and NHS Supply Chain.

Made in Britain members can watch a recording of the session here (requires login). You can also email for a copy of the presentation or to find out more about Made in Britain’s work with government in the UK.

By Made in Britain 7 months ago | Made in Britain news

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