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Business Intelligence Platform for a business oriented pilot project

FONDEN WONDERFUL COPENHAGEN // CVR:16326798 | Published March 22, 2017  -  Deadline March 31, 2017
cpvs
72200000

Wonderful Copenhagen requests proposals for consultancy as well as access to a fully developed business intelligence platform to be further developed, adapted and used in a pilot project in Greater Copenhagen.

The aim of the project is to gather a number of data sources, both new and existing, regarding Greater Copenhagen as a destination, the visitors’ use of the destination to create business intelligence for the tourism industry to better understand their visitors and enable the industry to adapt products and services to ensure both a better experience for visitors and a more targeted effort and business for the industry.

Business Environment and Business Opportunity Primer - Zimbabwe

Udenrigsministeriet | Published April 8, 2016  -  Deadline April 25, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere informationer om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Arctic Business Analysis

Nordisk Ministerråd | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
cpvs
75110000

The Nordic Council of Ministers (NCM) is calling for external expertise to do an “Arctic Business Analysis”.


Purpose and objectives:
The objective of the analysis is three-folded:
1.To map existing framework, including regulatory, and possibilities for increased economic development and economic growth in the mentioned focal areas.
2.To examine and analyze factors that enable economic growth and business opportunities in the Nordic Arctic.
3.To investigate how the Nordic Cooperation (within the NCM) can help facilitate and/or strengthen the work of economic development, growth, and investments in the Arctic.

The focal areas of interest:
•Entrepreneurship and innovation
•Public- and private partnership (PPP) and cooperation between business communities
•Creative industries
•Bio-economy

This should be delivered within a comprehensible report including recommendations. The report shall use visual aid and infographics for communication on the findings and recommendations.

Scope of analysis:
The analysis shall cover the geographical scope the Nordic Arctic. However, it is vital that the analysis is developed in a way that draws perspectives to and is comparative to economic development, growth, and investments in the Arctic on a circumpolar level.

Timetable:

Start of the analysis: March 2017
End: November 2017

Consulting Global Middle - business mission.

Væksthus Midtjylland | Published May 16, 2014
Winner
EksportrådetAsiatisk Plads 2København K 1448 sorjor@um.dk +45 41733897 www.um.dk
cpvs
79400000, 79000000

The contracts include the provision of consultancy services for the implementation and recruitment of companies to the business mission (in some cases combined with matchmaking) as part of the project Global Middle. Greenhouse serves as the operator of the Global Centre project, which has as its main purpose to create business growth and development through increased mobilization of export and internationalization perspectives in Region Midtjylland entrepreneurs and SMEs. The project runs until 31.12.2014. The project consists of a series of activities. Common to many of these activities is that they are provided with a number of partners in charge of performing the tasks in cooperation with the Greenhouse with the acquisition of consultancy services to carry out parts of the tasks. The partners in the project Global Middle are: - Agro Business Park (Enterprise Europe Network) - VIA University College, Horsens - Central Denmark EU Office, Brussels The total project Global Middle comprises the following activities: - Market Visit: A number of market visits to foreign markets with 8-10 participants enterprises at. Online. The visits will take place at the Danish local markets, and aims to give the undertakings a first impression of the business opportunities in a new market. Each visit will last 1-2 days. Consulting for market visits are offered concurrently with this offering. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Export Coach scheme: The scheme aims to establish a mentoring program in which businesspeople can share experience, knowledge and advice to less experienced exporters or export managers. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Business Mission / matchmaking: A number of business missions and matchmaking events in foreign markets. The aim is to strengthen the undertakings knowledge and business opportunities in selected markets in the conduct of business missions and participation in international matchmaking (partenariats). There will be no local markets as well as emerging markets. Business Mission is expected to have a duration of 4-5 days. Greenhouse NSW and Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Strategic partnership with Export Council: The purpose is to raise awareness of TCD offers and opportunities and give companies an easy and flexible access to TCD many foreign missions. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Sales to international organizations: The purpose of this initiative is that companies are informed about opportunities to participate in public tenders, including the EU, World Bank and UN procurement. Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Intensified cooperation with GoGlobal: The purpose is to provide companies with an easier and more flexible access to make use of the various schemes and services that GoGlobal collaboration features. GoGlobal cooperation consists of Export Council, the Investment Fund for Developing Countries, EKF and Danida. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Increased use of innovation centers: The objective is to strengthen the innovation capacity of companies in Central Jutland by providing access to leading foreign research and innovation environments by the Danish innovation centers. There will partly focus on three existing innovation centers (Munich, Shanghai and Silicon Valley) and 3 new innovation centers (Seoul, Sao Paulo and New Delhi / Bangalore). Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Short-term workshops in internationalization and export: to raise companies' level of competence in the conduct of a number of export relevant workshops. Consulting for workshops offered in parallel with this offering. Greenhouse NSW and VIA University College, Horsens is responsible for the activity. - Internationalization Package: The purpose is to assist a number of companies participating in the Global Middle, in a longer and more focused process. This will be achieved through co-financing of internationalization advice in the form of internationalization packages of 150 or 300 hours. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. External consultancy for the implementation of the various activities offered, as appropriate, by separate tenders. The range of consulting services to the individual activities of the project is structured so that the Greenhouse NSW handles the bidding process, the final contract will be signed between the bidder and either Greenhouse NSW or the relevant partner / the relevant partners in charge of Global Middle consortium on the concrete activity. This notice applies to the range that includes the Consul

Consulting Global Middle - Business Mission

Væksthus Midtjylland | Published May 2, 2014
Winner
Brazbiz.dkJuulsgade 4Løgstør 9670 dorthe.serles@brazbiz.dk +45 27210260 www.brazbiz.dk
cpvs
79400000, 79000000

The contracts include the provision of consultancy services for the implementation and recruitment of companies to the Business Mission (sometimes combined with Matchmaking) as part of the project Global Middle. Greenhouse serves as the operator of the Global Centre project, which has as its main purpose to create business growth and development through increased mobilization of export and internationalization perspectives in Region Midtjylland entrepreneurs and SMEs. The project runs until 31.12.2014. The project consists of a series of activities. Common to many of these activities is that they are provided with a number of partners in charge of performing the tasks in cooperation with the Greenhouse with the acquisition of consultancy services to carry out parts of the tasks. The partners in the project Global Middle are: - Agro Business Park (Enterprise Europe Network) - VIA University College, Horsens - Central Denmark EU Office, Brussels. The total project Global Middle comprises the following activities: - Market Visit: A number of market visits to foreign markets by 8-10 per participating companies. Online. The visits will take place at the Danish local markets, and aims to give the undertakings a first impression of the business opportunities in a new market. Each visit will last 1-2 days. Consulting for market visits are offered concurrently with this offering. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Export Coach scheme: The scheme aims to establish a mentoring program in which businesspeople can share experience, knowledge and advice to less experienced exporters or export managers. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Business Mission / matchmaking: A number of Business Missions and Matchmaking events in foreign markets. The aim is to strengthen the undertakings knowledge and business opportunities in selected markets in the conduct of business missions and participation in international matchmaking (partenariats). There will be no local markets as well as emerging markets. Business Mission is expected to have a duration of 4-5 days. Greenhouse NSW and Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Strategic partnership with Export Council: The purpose is to raise awareness of TCD offers and opportunities and give companies an easy and flexible access to TCD many foreign missions. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Sales to international organizations: The purpose of this initiative is that companies are informed about opportunities to participate in public tenders, including the EU, World Bank and UN procurement. Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Intensified cooperation with GoGlobal: The purpose is to provide companies with an easier and more flexible access to make use of the various schemes and services that GoGlobal collaboration features. GoGlobal cooperation consists of Export Council, the Investment Fund for Developing Countries, EKF and Danida. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Increased use of innovation centers: The objective is to strengthen the innovation capacity of companies in Central Jutland by providing access to leading foreign research and innovation environments by the Danish innovation centers. There will partly focus on three existing innovation centers (Munich, Shanghai and Silicon Valley), and three new innovation centers (Seoul, Sao Paulo and New Delhi / Bangalore). Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Short-term workshops in internationalization and export: to raise companies' level of competence in the conduct of a number of export relevant workshops. Consulting for workshops offered in parallel with this offering. Greenhouse NSW and VIA University College, Horsens is responsible for the activity. - Internationalization Package: The purpose is to assist a number of companies participating in the Global Middle, in a longer and more focused process. This will be achieved through co-financing of internationalization advice in the form of internationalization packages of 150 or 300 hours. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. External consultancy for the implementation of the various activities offered, as appropriate, by separate tenders. The range of consulting services to the individual activities of the project is structured so that the Greenhouse NSW handles the bidding process, the final contract will be signed between the bidder and either Greenhouse NSW or the relevant partner / the relevant partners in charge of Global Middle consortium on the concrete activity. This notice applies to the range that includes con

Consulting Global Middle - Business Missions.

Væksthus Midtjylland | Published October 9, 2013  -  Deadline November 19, 2013
cpvs
79400000, 79000000

The contracts include the provision of consultancy services in connection with the implementation and recruitment of companies to the Business Mission (in some cases combined with Matchmaking) as part of the project Global Middle. Greenhouse serves as operator of the Global Middle project, which has as its main purpose to create business growth and development through increased mobilization of export and internationalization perspectives in Region Midtjylland entrepreneurs and SMEs. The project runs for 31 December 2014. The project consists of a series of activities. Common to many of these activities are to be performed with a number of partners in charge of performing the tasks in cooperation with the Greenhouse with the acquisition of consultancy services to carry out parts of the tasks. The partners in the project Global Middle is: - Agro Business Park (Enterprise Europe Network) - VIA University College, Horsens - Central Denmark EU Office, Brussels The total project Global Middle covers the following activities: - Market Visit: A number of market visits to foreign markets with 8-10 participants companies per. visit. The visits will take place at the Danish local markets, and aims to give the undertakings a first impression of the business opportunities in a new market. Each visit will last 1-2 days. Consulting for market visits are offered in parallel with this offering. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Export Coach scheme: The scheme aims to establish a mentoring program in which businesspeople can share experience, knowledge and advice to less experienced exporters or export managers. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Business Mission / matchmaking: A number of Business Missions and Matchmaking events in foreign markets. The aim is to strengthen the undertakings knowledge and business opportunities in the selected markets through the implementation of business missions and participation in international matchmaking (partenariats). There will be no local markets as well as emerging markets. Business Mission is expected to have a duration of 4-5 days. Greenhouse NSW and Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Strategic partnership with Export Council: The purpose is to raise awareness of TCD offers and opportunities and give companies an easy and flexible access to TCD many foreign missions. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Sales to international organizations: The purpose of this initiative is that companies are informed about opportunities to participate in public tenders, including the EU, World Bank and UN procurement. Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Intensified cooperation with GoGlobal: The purpose is to give companies an easier and more flexible access to make use of the various schemes and benefits GoGlobal collaboration features. GoGlobal cooperation consists of Export Council, the Investment Fund for Developing Countries Export Credit Fund and Danida. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Increased use of innovation centers: The aim is to strengthen the innovation capacity of companies in Central Jutland by providing access to leading foreign research and innovation environments by the Danish innovation centers. There will partly focus on three existing innovation centers (Munich, Shanghai and Silicon Valley), and three new innovation centers (Seoul, Sao Paulo and New Delhi / Bangalore). Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Short-term workshops in internationalization and export: to raise companies' level of competence in the conduct of a number of export relevant workshops. Consulting for workshops offered in parallel with this offering. Greenhouse NSW and VIA University College, Horsens is responsible for the activity. - Internationalization Package: The purpose is to assist a number of companies participating in the Global Middle, in a longer and more focused process. This will be done through co-financing of internationalization advice in the form of internationalization packages of 150 or 300 hours. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for actively's implementation. External consultancy for the implementation of the various activities offered, as appropriate, by separate tenders. The range of consulting services to the individual activities of the project is structured so that the Greenhouse NSW manages the bidding process, the final contract will be signed between the bidder and either Greenhouse NSW or the relevant partner / the relevant partners responsible of Global Middle consortium on the concrete activity. The contract includes consulting services in the past

Consulting Global Middle - Business Missions.

Væksthus Midtjylland | Published December 7, 2013  -  Deadline January 20, 2014
cpvs
79400000, 79000000

The contracts include the provision of consultancy services for the implementation and recruitment of companies to the Business Mission (sometimes combined with Matchmaking) as part of the project Global Middle. Greenhouse serves as the operator of the Global Centre project, which has as its main purpose to create business growth and development through increased mobilization of export and internationalization prospects in Region Midtjylland entrepreneurs and SMEs. The project runs until 31.12.2014. The project consists of a series of activities. Common to many of these activities is that they are provided with a number of partners in charge of performing the tasks in cooperation with the Greenhouse with the acquisition of consultancy services to carry out parts of the tasks. The partners in the project Global Middle are: - Agro Business Park (Enterprise Europe Network) - VIA University College, Horsens - Central Denmark EU Office, Brussels. The total project Global Middle comprises the following activities: - Market Visit: A number of market visits to foreign markets by 8-10 per participating companies. Online. The visits will take place at the Danish local markets, and aims to give the undertakings a first impression of the business opportunities in a new market. Each visit will last 1-2 days. Consulting for market visits are offered concurrently with this offering. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Export Coach scheme: The scheme aims to establish a mentoring program in which businesspeople can share experience, knowledge and advice to less experienced exporters or export managers. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Business Mission / matchmaking: A number of Business Missions and Matchmaking events in foreign markets. The aim is to strengthen the undertakings knowledge and business opportunities in selected markets in the conduct of business missions and participation in international matchmaking (partenariats). There will be no local markets as well as emerging markets. Business Mission is expected to have a duration of 4-5 days. Greenhouse NSW and Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Strategic partnership with Export Council: The purpose is to raise awareness of TCD offers and opportunities and give companies an easy and flexible access to TCD many foreign missions. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Sales to international organizations: The purpose of this initiative is that companies are informed about opportunities to participate in public tenders, including the EU, World Bank and UN procurement. Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Intensified cooperation with GoGlobal: The purpose is to provide companies with an easier and more flexible access to make use of the various schemes and services that GoGlobal collaboration features. GoGlobal cooperation consists of Export Council, the Investment Fund for Developing Countries, EKF and Danida. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Increased use of innovation centers: The objective is to strengthen the innovation capacity of companies in Central Jutland by providing access to leading foreign research and innovation environments by the Danish innovation centers. There will partly focus on three existing innovation centers (Munich, Shanghai and Silicon Valley), and three new innovation centers (Seoul, Sao Paulo and New Delhi / Bangalore). Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Short-term workshops in internationalization and export: to raise companies' level of competence in the conduct of a number of export relevant workshops. Consulting for workshops offered in parallel with this offering. Greenhouse NSW and VIA University College, Horsens is responsible for the activity. - Internationalization Package: The purpose is to assist a number of companies participating in the Global Middle, in a longer and more focused process. This will be achieved through co-financing of internationalization advice in the form of internationalization packages of 150 or 300 hours. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for actively's implementation. External consultancy for the implementation of the various activities offered, as appropriate, by separate tenders. The range of consulting services to the individual activities of the project is structured so that the Greenhouse NSW handles the bidding process, the final contract will be signed between the bidder and either Greenhouse NSW or the relevant partner / the relevant partners in charge of Global Middle consortium on the concrete activity. The contract includes consulting services in the field o

Consulting Global Middle - Business Missions.

Væksthus Midtjylland | Published January 22, 2014
Winner
EksportrådetAsiatisk Plads 2København K 1448 sorjor@um.dk +45 41733897 www.um.dk
cpvs
79400000, 79000000

The contracts include the provision of consultancy services for the implementation and recruitment of companies to the Business Mission (sometimes combined with Matchmaking) as part of the project Global Middle. Greenhouse serves as the operator of the Global Centre project, which has as its main purpose to create business growth and development through increased mobilization of export and internationalization prospects in Region Midtjylland entrepreneurs and SMEs. The project runs until 31.12.2014. The project consists of a series of activities. Common to many of these activities is that they are provided with a number of partners in charge of performing the tasks in cooperation with the Greenhouse with the acquisition of consultancy services to carry out parts of the tasks. The partners in the project Global Middle are: - Agro Business Park (Enterprise Europe Network) - VIA University College, Horsens - Central Denmark EU Office, Brussels. The total project Global Middle comprises the following activities: - Market Visit: A number of market visits to foreign markets by 8-10 per participating companies. Online. The visits will take place at the Danish local markets, and aims to give the undertakings a first impression of the business opportunities in a new market. Each visit will last 1-2 days. Konsukentydelser for market visits are offered concurrently with this offering. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Export Coach scheme: The scheme aims to establish a mentoring program in which businesspeople can share experience, knowledge and advice to less experienced exporters or export managers. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Business Mission / matchmaking: A number of Business Missions and Matchmaking events in foreign markets. The aim is to strengthen the undertakings knowledge and business opportunities in selected markets in the conduct of business missions and participation in international matchmaking (partenariats). There will be no local markets as well as emerging markets. Business Mission is expected to have a duration of 4-5 days. Greenhouse NSW and Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Strategic partnership with Export Council: The purpose is to raise awareness of TCD offers and opportunities and give companies an easy and flexible access to TCD many foreign missions. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Sales to international organizations: The purpose of this initiative is that companies are informed about opportunities to participate in public tenders, including the EU, World Bank and UN procurement. Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Intensified cooperation with GoGlobal: The purpose is to provide companies with an easier and more flexible access to make use of the various schemes and services that GoGlobal collaboration features. GoGlobal cooperation consists of Export Council, the Investment Fund for Developing Countries, EKF and Danida. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Increased use of innovation centers: The objective is to strengthen the innovation capacity of companies in Central Jutland by providing access to leading foreign research and innovation environments by the Danish innovation centers. There will partly focus on three existing innovation centers (Munich, Shanghai and Silicon Valley) and 3 new innovation centers (Seoul, Sao Paulo and New Delhi / Bangalore). Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Short-term workshops in internationalization and export: to raise companies' level of competence in the conduct of a number of export relevant workshops. Consulting for workshops offered in parallel with this offering. Greenhouse NSW and VIA University College, Horsens is responsible for the activity. - Internationalization Package: The purpose is to assist a number of companies participating in the Global Middle, in a longer and more focused process. This will be achieved through co-financing of internationalization advice in the form of internationalization packages of 150 or 300 hours. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for actively's implementation. External consultancy for the implementation of the various activities offered, as appropriate, by separate tenders. The range of consulting services to the individual activities of the project is structured so that the Greenhouse NSW handles the bidding process, the final contract will be signed between the bidder and either Greenhouse NSW or the relevant partner / the relevant partner in charge of Global Middle consortium on the concrete activity. The contract has included consulting services

Consulting Global Middle - Business Missions.

Væksthus Midtjylland | Published October 12, 2013
Winner
EksportrådetAsiatisk Plads 2København K 1448 morsve@um.dk +45 33920000 www.um.dk
cpvs
79400000, 79000000

The contracts include the provision of consultancy services in connection with the implementation and recruitment of companies to the Business Mission, Market Visit and Matchmaking, the project Global Middle. Greenhouse serves as operator of the Global Middle project, which has as its main purpose to create business growth and development through increased mobilization of export and internationalization perspectives in Region Midtjylland entrepreneurs and SMEs. The project runs until 31.12.2014. The project consists of a series of activities. Common to many of these activities are to be performed with a number of partners in charge of performing the tasks in cooperation with the Greenhouse with the acquisition of consultancy services to carry out parts of the tasks. The partners in the project Global Middle is: - Agro Business Park (Enterprise Europe Network) - VIA University College, Horsens - Central Denmark EU Office, Brussels The total project Global Middle covers the following activities: - Market Visit: A number of market visits to foreign markets with 8-10 participants companies per. visit. The visits will take place at the Danish local markets, and aims to give the undertakings a first impression of the business opportunities in a new market. Each visit will last 1-2 days. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Export Coach scheme: The scheme aims to establish a mentoring program in which businesspeople can share experience, knowledge and advice to less experienced exporters or export managers. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Business Mission / matchmaking: A number of Business Missions and Matchmaking events in foreign markets. The aim is to strengthen the undertakings knowledge and business opportunities in the selected markets through the implementation of business missions and participation in international matchmaking (partenariats). There will be no local markets as well as emerging markets. Business Mission is expected to have a duration of 4-5 days. Matchmaking 2-3 days. Greenhouse NSW and Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Strategic partnership with Export Council: The purpose is to raise awareness of TCD offers and opportunities and give companies an easy and flexible access to TCD many foreign missions. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Sales to international organizations: The purpose of this initiative is that companies are informed about opportunities to participate in public tenders, including the EU, World Bank and UN procurement. Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Intensified cooperation with GoGlobal: The purpose is to give companies an easier and more flexible access to make use of the various schemes and benefits GoGlobal collaboration features. GoGlobal cooperation consists of Export Council, the Investment Fund for Developing Countries Export Credit Fund and Danida. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Increased use of innovation centers: The aim is to strengthen the innovation capacity of companies in Central Jutland by providing access to leading foreign research and innovation environments by the Danish innovation centers. There will partly focus on three existing innovation centers (Munich, Shanghai and Silicon Valley), and three new innovation centers (Seoul, Sao Paulo and New Delhi / Bangalore). Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Short-term workshops in internationalization and export: to raise companies' level of competence in the conduct of a number of export relevant workshops. Greenhouse NSW and VIA University College, Horsens is responsible for the activity. - Internationalization Package: The purpose is to assist a number of companies participating in the Global Middle, in a longer and more focused process. This will be done through co-financing of internationalization advice in the form of internationalization packages of 150 or 300 hours. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for actively's implementation. External consultancy for the implementation of the various activities offered, as appropriate, by separate tenders. The range of consulting services to the individual activities of the project is structured so that the Greenhouse NSW manages the bidding process, the final contract will be signed between the bidder and either Greenhouse NSW or the relevant partner / the relevant partners responsible of Global Middle consortium on the concrete activity. This notice concerns the implementation of the Business Mission to Russia, Moscow 10-02.14.2014. The agreement was originally offered as one of 6 lots of Notice No 2013

Evaluation of Business Advocacy Challenge Fund, Ghana

Udenrigsministeriet | Published January 22, 2014  -  Deadline February 5, 2014
cpvs
75211200

For further information on this contract please see link: http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Close Out Non Financial Audit of The Business Sector Programme Support Component - Business Advocacy Fund Phase II - Kenya

Udenrigsministeriet | Published August 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 2, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For further information on this offer see link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Evaluation of Danida Business to Business (B2B) Programme.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, Danida | Published November 29, 2013
Winner
Nordic Consulting Group in joint venture with DevFin AdvisorsJemtelandsgade 1Copenhagen S 2300 ncg@ncg.dk +45 43716200 www.ncg.dk
cpvs
75211200, 79419000

Support to partnerships between Danish companies and companies in partner countries has in various forms been an element of the Danish development assistance for more than 20 years, initially under the Private Sector Development Programme, subsequently under the Business-to-Business (B2B) Programme and latest under the Danida Business Partnership Programme. This assignment is an evaluation of the B2B Programme. Business partnerships were supported by Danida through the B2B Programme from July 2006 to June 2011. The overall objective of the B2B Programme was to contribute to poverty reduction by promoting economic growth and social development in developing countries. The immediate objective was to promote the establishment of long-term, sustainable and commercially viable partnerships between companies in developing countries and Danish companies, with an aim of strengthening local business development. The B2B Programme encouraged companies in developing countries and in Denmark to form such long-term, sustainable and commercially viable partnerships and supported each partnership with advice and finance. The focus of this support was to ensure a transfer of know-how and technology from the Danish partner to the local partners thereby strengthening the competitiveness of the local partner and by that, their local and international market presence. In turn, by partnering with a local company, the Danish company could gain access to new markets, raw materials and reduced production costs. The B2B Programme supported the establishment of contact between companies and the implementation of partnerships, normally up to a period of five years. The B2B Programme support was divided into three phases: Contact phase, pilot phase and project phase. Based on application from the partner companies, the B2B Programme supported expenses in the project phase related to training, environmental efficiency, CSR activities, establishment and, to a more limited extent, equipment of the partnership. All projects were required to include CSR/environmental activities in their project proposal. The maximum amount of support for a partnership was DKK 5 million aggregated for all phases of support. The B2B Programme operated in countries with programmatic development cooperation with Denmark (Bangladesh, Benin, Bhutan, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nicaragua, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia, Egypt and South Africa). Furthermore, the programme was operating in China and Indonesia where only partnerships related to the environmental sector were supported. The total number of projects supported in the project phase is around 250 and the total amount disbursed on these projects to date is approximately DKK 950 million. The existing programme documentation includes project progress reports and completion reports, an electronic reporting system of aggregated outcome indicators, annual B2B country reports and, for some countries, B2B country reviews. The evaluation is expected to assess the support provided with regards to the DAC evaluation criteria of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability. The methodology will involve a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods. The evaluation will comprise the entire B2B Programme. Field work is envisaged to involve visits to Uganda and Bangladesh as well as interviews with Danish company partners and stakeholders in Denmark. Desk work will involve assessment of a sample of projects from other countries. The evaluation is planned to be undertaken from November 2013 to June 2014. The evaluation outputs include, among others, an inception report and an evaluation report.

Preparation of Results Framework for Danida's Business Instruments

Udenrigsministeriet | Published December 5, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie

Development of Business Opportunity Profile for Danida Priority Countries

Udenrigsministeriet | Published January 31, 2014  -  Deadline February 12, 2014
cpvs
75211200

For further information on this range please see link: http://um.dk/en.danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Impact evaluation of the Somaliland Business Fund - Somaliland

Udenrigsministeriet | Published January 29, 2016  -  Deadline February 15, 2016
cpvs
75211200

For yderligere information om dette udbud, se link:
http://um.dk/en/danida-en/activities/business/contracts/short/contract-opportunitie/

Rethink Business - Design for Disassembly

Den erhvervsdrivende fond Development Centre UMT | Published January 20, 2015  -  Deadline February 3, 2015
cpvs
73220000

Description of tasks concerning. project "Rethink Business - Design for Disassembly" External consultant to corporate conversion on Design for Disassembly in a project funded by the Central Region Midtjylland and EU Structural Funds Background: There is business potential and future reliability in introducing the principles of the Circular Economy, CEEC, in the businesses in Central Jutland. This takes place based on the experience of a previous project, Rethink Business, 2012 - 2014, and announcements from the EU on circular economy. Making initiative will allow companies to create new business models with associated products and solutions that can be sold on the domestic and global market for circular economic solutions. The solution of the task means that information and guidance on Design for Disassembly qua "End of waste" and "Access of ownership 'must be strengthened and be stronger when companies consider working to align strategy, environment and innovation management systems for tomorrow's business areas. The project "Design for Disassembly" has Regional Development Team for Circular Economy as strategic management and Development Centre UMT as operator. The project is divided into 3 phases: - Phase 1: Screening of businesses Council, January-March 2015 - Phase 2: Resource, Status Analysis of participating companies and start-up workshop, February-April 2015 - Defining Phase 3: Development of new circular business models and design brief, May - December 2015 See the following summary of the project: Job Description The consultant, who sought in this licensing round, must in all circumstances be able to focus on the company's conversion potential, both within the company and its organization as well as externally to potential new customers, new markets, new alliances, new business models, new value chains and specifically work with 4 areas with the goal to give the company a hand - and not a manual: 1. Participate in the screening process in phase 1 External consultant also contributes to the design of screening document used in phase first expected screened 20 -30 companies and it is expected that 15 to 20 companies of which goes into phase 2. 2. Responsible coordinator in the work of phase 2 (see diagram of the project). INTERVIEW 15 companies selected and approved subsequently by the Regional Development Circular Economic Team, external consultant and operator. KICK-OFF WORKSHOP Furthermore, the goal of the workshop to ensure dialogue and cooperative relations between the companies, where possible. Selections were made by the external consultant, operator and Regional Development, Circular economic team. RESOURCE STATUS (RS) The consultant will meet with each individual case company and go through with the company its overall product portfolio, resource and value chains with the purpose together with the company to establish a target for participation in Rethink Business - Design for disassembly. Furthermore indicates Resource Status An overview of each company's conversion potential, both internal to the selected focus area for the company, as well as external to the value chains, new customers and new markets. Note that Resource Status overviews the only and will only go in depth with data from the project's objective is relevant. External consultant points successively sorts of areas with potential for improvement of the company's Resource Status, like external consultant throughout Phase 2 and throughout his work keeps the focus on the conversion potential of each of the companies, both internal to the organization / company and externally in relation to possible new collaborations that cut across the known value chains and markets and thus creating new alliances and possible improved resource efficiency. A generic case could be when a manufacturer of a textile interior product instead of paying to dispose of its waste material, sell it to another company for recycling in a system which can subsequently deliver this residue as a new virgin thread to production of new fabrics that can be used with the manufacturer's own product. Another case could be a company that zooms in on systems designed to take back and recycle products that are designed for separation with a focus on being able to replace individual parts continuously and thereby extend product life. It is the external consultant's task to possess 'tools' to question and analyze corporate selected product in the manner described above as well as having the ability to look across to spot new markets, new customers, new business models. The consultant will be a permanent part of the dialogue with companies, making them familiar with other business arrangements that might help them further or supplement activity in this project. 3. Worked

Consulting Global Middle - Business Mission, Market Visits, Matchmaking.

Væksthus Midtjylland | Published October 12, 2013
Winner
EksportrådetAsiatisk Plads 2København K 1448 morsve@um.dk +45 33920000 www.um.dk
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79400000, 79000000

The contracts include the provision of consultancy services in connection with the implementation and recruitment of companies to the Business Mission as part of the project Global Middle. Greenhouse serves as operator of the Global Middle project, which has as its main purpose to create business growth and development through increased mobilization of export and internationalization perspectives in Region Midtjylland entrepreneurs and SMEs. The project runs until 31.12.2014. The project consists of a series of activities. Common to many of these activities are to be performed with a number of partners in charge of performing the tasks in cooperation with the Greenhouse with the acquisition of consultancy services to carry out parts of the tasks. The partners in the project Global Middle is: - Agro Business Park (Enterprise Europe Network) - VIA University College, Horsens - Central Denmark EU Office, Brussels. The total project Global Middle covers the following activities: - Market Visit: A number of market visits to foreign markets with 8-10 participating companies per. visit. The visits will take place at the Danish local markets, and aims to give the undertakings a first impression of the business opportunities in a new market. Each visit will last 1-2 days. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Export Coach scheme: The scheme aims to establish a mentoring program in which businesspeople can share experience, knowledge and advice to less experienced exporters or export managers. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Business Mission / matchmaking: A number of Business Missions and Matchmaking events in foreign markets. The aim is to strengthen the undertakings knowledge and business opportunities in the selected markets through the implementation of business missions and participation in international matchmaking (partenariats). There will be no local markets as well as emerging markets. Business Mission is expected to have a duration of 4-5 days. Matchmaking 2-3 days. Greenhouse NSW and Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity .. - Strategic partnership with Export Council: The purpose is to raise awareness of TCD offers and opportunities and give companies an easy and flexible access to TCD many foreign missions. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Sales to international organizations: The purpose of this initiative is that companies are informed about opportunities to participate in public tenders, including the EU, World Bank and UN procurement. Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Intensified cooperation with GoGlobal: The purpose is to give companies an easier and more flexible access to make use of the various schemes and benefits GoGlobal collaboration features. GoGlobal cooperation consists of Export Council, the Investment Fund for Developing Countries Export Credit Fund and Danida. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for the activity. - Increased use of innovation centers: The aim is to strengthen the innovation capacity of companies in Central Jutland by providing access to leading foreign research and innovation environments by the Danish innovation centers. There will partly focus on three existing innovation centers (Munich, Shanghai and Silicon Valley), and three new innovation centers (Seoul, Sao Paulo and New Delhi / Bangalore). Agro Business Park is responsible for the activity. - Short-term workshops in internationalization and export: to raise companies' level of competence in the conduct of a number of export relevant workshops. Greenhouse NSW and VIA University College, Horsens is responsible for the activity. - Internationalization Package: The purpose is to assist a number of companies participating in the Global Middle, in a longer and more focused process. This will be done through co-financing of internationalization advice in the form of internationalization packages of 150 or 300 hours. Greenhouse NSW is responsible for actively's implementation. External consultancy for the implementation of the various activities offered, as appropriate, by separate tenders. The range of consulting services to the individual activities of the project is structured so that the Greenhouse NSW manages the bidding process, the final contract will be signed between the bidder and either Greenhouse NSW or the relevant partner / the relevant partners responsible of Global Middle consortium on the concrete activity. The contract included consultancy services in connection with the activities Business Mission (Partial 1-4) Market Visits (Partial 5) and Matchmaking (Partial 6). There were, however, not tender for lots

Business and management consultancy services

Dong Energy A/S | Published August 6, 2015
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79410000, 31121300, 31170000, 31320000, 38221000, 79314000, 79411000, 45100000, 45251160, 71240000, 71311000, 71311100, 71313400, 71314000, 71318000, 71320000, 71332000, 71351210, 79421000, 90710000, 90713000

Business and management consultancy services

Business analysis consultancy services

Erhvervsstyrelsen | Published May 12, 2016  -  Deadline June 14, 2016
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72221000

Tenders are invited for the construction and operation of a system in which entrepreneurs and SMEs with growth potential, free of charge to receive feedback and advice from expert panels of experienced business and other relevant knowledge persons in relation to strategy, marketing, finance, export and other relevant growth parameters. The Scientific Panels shall be composed on an ad. hoc. basis in relation to specific firms separate growth challenges.

Framework agreement for the provision of Business Analysts for the Calypso system.

Danmarks Nationalbank | Published December 19, 2015  -  Deadline January 20, 2016
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72000000, 72265000

Danmarks Nationalbank is using the Calypso system front-to-back across assets as the portfolio management system. The continuous improvement of the system is handled internally in Nationalbanken. As part of the continuous improvement of the Calypso system, configuration in the Calypso system is performed for front-to-back functionality. Nationalbanken is looking for three suppliers of Calypso Business Analysts (Calypso BA) with senior configuration skills within the Calypso system and excellent business knowledge on the front-to-back area. Award of contracts based on the framework agreement will be based on a re-opening of the competition. The tasks to be performed by the Calypso BA's could be but are not limited to: — Daily participation in the Continous Improvement Calypso Team in Nationalbanken; — Participation in development projects extending the business use of the Calypso system in Nationalbanken; — Configuration of business solutions on front-, middle or back office area (including accounting area); — Advice on configuration and business solutions in the Calypso system of Nationalbanken. The Calypso BA should have at least 2 years of experience in an IT implementation project within front, middle or back office in a financial organization. Documented extended experience in configuration of the Calypso system is required. The Calypso BA should be able to analyze and provide efficient and professional solutions for complex business related problems. This requires the ability to work independently as well as finding solutions in close collaboration with internal business experts of Nationalbanken. The Calypso BA should be able to configure the business requirements in Calypso. If a solution cannot be configured, the Calypso BA should be highly experienced in producing detailed requirements for a custom solution to a Calypso Technical Analyst (Calypso TA). All solutions should be tested thoroughly by the Calypso BA, i.e. writing and executing test cases using a standard test tool. Furthermore, it is required that all solutions are well documented in writing and explained to relevant business people. The Calypso BA should have an excellent financial understanding. This includes detailed knowledge about subjects such as corporate actions, settlement of bond trades and cash, market data, and bond static data. Knowledge about the Danish financial sector, including Danish mortgage bonds, is an advantage. Superb written and oral English skills are required. The candidate shall not submit résumés in the request for participation. Only the pre-qualified tenderers will be invited to submit résumés.