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Business transaction and personal business software package

Department of Health | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline March 7, 2016
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Business transaction and personal business software package

Business Support

Swale Borough Council | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline September 15, 2015
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This is to advertise an opportunity for a Business Support Service for Medway and Swale Councils. This opportunity can be found by following the link below; https://www.kentbusinessportal.org.uk/procontract/supplier.nsf/frm_opportunity?openForm&opp_id=OPP-HIS-9ZDB-ZHU3CT&contract_id=CONTRACT-9Z5K-W8IAML&org_id=ORG-KENT-94UJTU&from=

Bicester Eco Business Centre

Cherwell District Council | Published November 6, 2015
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Cherwell District Council have a requirement to design, build and operate an eco friendly business centre in Bicester, and are looking to see if there is interest from suitable suppliers, with a view to inviting them to an event to discuss our options, etc.

Business Analytical Service

 | Published April 12, 2016
Winner
Inform Consult
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72316000

CQC require the following steps to be performed as part of the gap analysis: 1) Review business requirements (User Stories) and work to indicate which requirements can be met by existing systems 2) Indicate those business requirements that will be supported through using ECM content authoring & publishing 3) Indicate the alignment of functionality that ECM content authoring & publishing to business requirements 4) Provide an indicative roadmap for implementation for ECM content authoring & publishing 5) Provide cost estimations for ECM content authoring & publishing implementation.

SS1525 Business Support Services - Old Rectory, Northfleet

Kent County Council | Published September 21, 2015  -  Deadline October 21, 2015
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79411100

Economic Development, as part of the Growth, Environment and Transport Directorate, Kent County Council (KCC), wishes to invite tenders for the delivery of business support services from the Business Centre at The Old Rectory, Northfleet, which is a building owned by KCC The Old Rectory Business Centre consists of incubator units and meeting space which provide opportunities for both start up and growth potential for new and existing local businesses. The Business Centre's main role will: Ø pro-actively encourage development growth for both current businesses in residence and the wider business community; and Ø development of methods which will maximize the potential of the Business Centre from both an income generation perspective and as a support vehicle to local businesses. The aim is that the profits earned will be shared between the supplier and Kent County Council The successful supplier will take full responsibility for all services to the building and its occupiers by ensuring delivery of a seamless facilities management function to all businesses that access the Business Centre. The contract is for a seven year duration commencing December 2015. Expressions of interest can only be made via KentbusinessPortal where the detailed documents can be accessed.

Business development consultancy services

London Councils | Published January 7, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
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Business development consultancy services

Business development consultancy services

London Councils | Published December 23, 2015  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
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Business development consultancy services

Providing Specialist Support for Business Case Development

Buckinghamshire County Council | Published March 15, 2016  -  Deadline April 27, 2015
Winner
Dulcie McBride Consultancy Ltd
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85100000

Specialist support for development of 0-19 service business case

Business and management consultancy services

University of the Arts London | Published April 30, 2016  -  Deadline June 1, 2016
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Business and management consultancy services

Business and management consultancy services

London Councils | Published August 12, 2016
Winner
EY
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Business and management consultancy services

Business and management consultancy services

Big Lottery Fund | Published February 16, 2016  -  Deadline March 14, 2016
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Business and management consultancy services

Business Analyst

FUTURE CITIES CATAPULT LTD | Published June 2, 2015  -  Deadline June 5, 2015
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The Future Cities Catapult is using service design methodology to help us refine our offer to SMEs (Small to Medium Enterprises) and maximise the impact of our engagements with them. This will help us better understand and articulate the needs of SMEs (our ‘customers’) in the context of our strategy, KPIs and capabilities/offer (our ‘services’). Our multidisciplinary team will bring together service design, user-research and business analysis. We need a Market/Business Analyst/Desk researcher to join our project team to lead and to support some of our key activities. To access the documents for this requirement and submit a Proposal please visit www.fccprocurement.org.uk where you will need to register as a supplier. Once your registration is approved, you will see the opportunity on the homepage with reference number 9X4K-YV9UQL. Please download the Request for Proposal document and respond as instructed. All communication should be via the e-procurement portal.

Micro Business Training Project

London Borough of Hounslow | Published January 4, 2016  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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80500000

The Authority has secured grant funding through New Homes Bonus Top slice matched by the Council?s Adult and Community Learning (SFA) funding and wish to appoint a suitably qualified individual or organisation to deliver a programme of business support training to micro businesses (< 10 employees) in the London Borough of Hounslow. The training will equip micro business owner/managers with the skills to further their business goals. The training may be multi-faceted to focus on the operational areas of managing a small business (eg. sales & marketing, finance, people) or aspects of personal development (eg. leadership, time-management). 20 hrs of training to 240 micro businesses can take the form of one-to-many, one-to-few or one-to-one sessions and be varied in delivery to encompass online learning, webinars and assignments. Applicants are requested to detail a training plan, including delivery method, with rationale for its elements.

Services furnished by business organisations

Department of Health | Published January 15, 2016
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Services furnished by business organisations

P15-0013 Business Mentoring.

Scottish Enterprise | Published July 4, 2015
Winner
Scottish Chambers Of Commerce
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79400000, 73220000

This is a Contract Award Notice. This contract has now been awarded. Please do not respond to this notice. SE is seeking a contractor to deliver a mentoring service to support businesses defined as ‘growth opportunities’ and those businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE. SE aims to develop capability and ambition in business leaders/senior management teams of growing businesses and social enterprises. Business mentoring is recognised as an effective way to nurture leadership, encourage ambition and accelerate business growth. Business mentoring is a professional relationship (in this case developed outside of the business) in which an experienced person assists another person/others to develop skills and knowledge that can enhance their professional and personal growth. The role of a business mentor is to assist a business owner to raise their business ambitions, develop greater self-awareness, and unlock barriers to growth. Mentors can bring real life experience and are a valuable source of expertise and experience that resonates with other business people helping individuals avoid potential pitfalls in business and acting as a sounding board for those problems and confidential issues that sometimes cannot be discussed with colleagues. They can also offer technical knowledge, insights, guidance and encouragement. Mentoring for business will build upon the work done over recent years by Scottish Chamber of Commerce in their delivery of Business Mentoring Scotland and will support a high volume of business leaders and their senior management teams, being available to companies in one to one and one to many formats. It will be provided as a complementary service to businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE as well as to businesses who meet a definition of growth opportunity. Key objectives of this service are to:- Enable business owners and senior decision makers to develop their knowledge, leadership skills, competence and confidence to grow successful businesses and organisations. Create high value and deeper interventions to businesses by accessing the expertise, knowledge and networks of experienced business mentors. By providing mentoring in a number of formats, including one-to-one and group mentoring formats, the service provides greater flexibility to suit business needs and preferences and also allows business people to learn from each other and their mentor. The service can help to address SE's key business growth objectives including:- Leadership & management development Product & market development Innovation & the creation of new products and services Improve management & organisational development practices including business succession, workplace innovation and employee engagement Improve business focus and strategy Please see attached brief for further details.

P15-0013 Business Mentoring

Scottish Enterprise | Published July 1, 2015
Winner
Scottish Chambers Of Commerce
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79400000, 73220000

This is a Contract Award Notice. This contract has now been awarded. Please do not respond to this notice. SE is seeking a contractor to deliver a mentoring service to support businesses defined as ‘growth opportunities‘ and those businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE. SE aims to develop capability and ambition in business leaders/senior management teams of growing businesses and social enterprises. Business mentoring is recognised as an effective way to nurture leadership, encourage ambition and accelerate business growth. Business mentoring is a professional relationship (in this case developed outside of the business) in which an experienced person assists another person/others to develop skills and knowledge that can enhance their professional and personal growth. The role of a business mentor is to assist a business owner to raise their business ambitions, develop greater self-awareness, and unlock barriers to growth. Mentors can bring real life experience and are a valuable source of expertise and experience that resonates with other business people helping individuals avoid potential pitfalls in business and acting as a sounding board for those problems and confidential issues that sometimes cannot be discussed with colleagues. They can also offer technical knowledge, insights, guidance and encouragement. Mentoring for business will build upon the work done over recent years by Scottish Chamber of Commerce in their delivery of Business Mentoring Scotland and will support a high volume of business leaders and their senior management teams, being available to companies in one to one and one to many formats. It will be provided as a complementary service to businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE as well as to businesses who meet a definition of growth opportunity. Key objectives of this service are to:- Enable business owners and senior decision makers to develop their knowledge, leadership skills, competence and confidence to grow successful businesses and organisations. Create high value and deeper interventions to businesses by accessing the expertise, knowledge and networks of experienced business mentors. By providing mentoring in a number of formats, including one-to-one and group mentoring formats, the service provides greater flexibility to suit business needs and preferences and also allows business people to learn from each other and their mentor. The service can help to address SE’s key business growth objectives including:- Leadership & management development Product & market development Innovation & the creation of new products and services Improve management & organisational development practices including business succession, workplace innovation and employee engagement Improve business focus and strategy Please see attached brief for further details. CPV: 79400000, 73220000.

P15-0013 Business Mentoring

Scottish Enterprise | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline May 13, 2015
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79400000, 73220000

SE is seeking a contractor to deliver a mentoring service to support businesses defined as ‘growth opportunities‘ and those businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE. SE aims to develop capability and ambition in business leaders/senior management teams of growing businesses and social enterprises. Business mentoring is recognised as an effective way to nurture leadership, encourage ambition and accelerate business growth. Business mentoring is a professional relationship (in this case developed outside of the business) in which an experienced person assists another person/others to develop skills and knowledge that can enhance their professional and personal growth. The role of a business mentor is to assist a business owner to raise their business ambitions, develop greater self-awareness, and unlock barriers to growth. Mentors can bring real life experience and are a valuable source of expertise and experience that resonates with other business people helping individuals avoid potential pitfalls in business and acting as a sounding board for those problems and confidential issues that sometimes cannot be discussed with colleagues. They can also offer technical knowledge, insights, guidance and encouragement. Mentoring for business will build upon the work done over recent years by Scottish Chamber of Commerce in their delivery of Business Mentoring Scotland and will support a high volume of business leaders and their senior management teams, being available to companies in one to one and one to many formats. It will be provided as a complementary service to businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE as well as to businesses who meet a definition of growth opportunity. Key objectives of this service are to:- Enable business owners and senior decision makers to develop their knowledge, leadership skills, competence and confidence to grow successful businesses and organisations. Create high value and deeper interventions to businesses by accessing the expertise, knowledge and networks of experienced business mentors. By providing mentoring in a number of formats, including one-to-one and group mentoring formats, the service provides greater flexibility to suit business needs and preferences and also allows business people to learn from each other and their mentor. The service can help to address SE’s key business growth objectives including:- Leadership & management development Product & market development Innovation & the creation of new products and services Improve management & organisational development practices including business succession, workplace innovation and employee engagement Improve business focus and strategy Please see attached brief for further details. CPV: 79400000, 73220000.

P15-0013 Business Mentoring.

Scottish Enterprise | Published April 4, 2015  -  Deadline May 13, 2015
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79400000, 73220000

SE is seeking a contractor to deliver a mentoring service to support businesses defined as ‘growth opportunities‘ and those businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE. SE aims to develop capability and ambition in business leaders/senior management teams of growing businesses and social enterprises. Business mentoring is recognised as an effective way to nurture leadership, encourage ambition and accelerate business growth. Business mentoring is a professional relationship (in this case developed outside of the business) in which an experienced person assists another person/others to develop skills and knowledge that can enhance their professional and personal growth. The role of a business mentor is to assist a business owner to raise their business ambitions, develop greater self-awareness, and unlock barriers to growth. Mentors can bring real life experience and are a valuable source of expertise and experience that resonates with other business people helping individuals avoid potential pitfalls in business and acting as a sounding board for those problems and confidential issues that sometimes cannot be discussed with colleagues. They can also offer technical knowledge, insights, guidance and encouragement. Mentoring for business will build upon the work done over recent years by Scottish Chamber of Commerce in their delivery of Business Mentoring Scotland and will support a high volume of business leaders and their senior management teams, being available to companies in one to one and one to many formats. It will be provided as a complementary service to businesses who are directly relationship managed by SE as well as to businesses who meet a definition of growth opportunity. Key objectives of this service are to:- Enable business owners and senior decision makers to develop their knowledge, leadership skills, competence and confidence to grow successful businesses and organisations. Create high value and deeper interventions to businesses by accessing the expertise, knowledge and networks of experienced business mentors. By providing mentoring in a number of formats, including one-to-one and group mentoring formats, the service provides greater flexibility to suit business needs and preferences and also allows business people to learn from each other and their mentor. The service can help to address SE's key business growth objectives including:- Leadership and management development; Product and market development; Innovation and the creation of new products and services; Improve management and organisational development practices including business succession, workplace innovation and employee engagement; Improve business focus and strategy; Please see attached brief for further details. Note: The buyer is using PCS-Tender to carry out this procurement process. Please note this is a separate website and if you are not already registered, registration will be required. To access PCS-Tender, record your interest in this notice and access the tender documentation please visit https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk and search for project Code project_3748 under ITTs Open to All Suppliers. Please use the Search/Filter function, then select Project Code from the dropdown. Please note that once you have expressed interest in the ITT it will move to your My ITTs area. For further information on using PCS-Tender, please read the Supplier Response Guide: https://www.publictendersscotland.publiccontractsscotland.gov.uk/esop/pts-host/public/pts/supplierhelppage/PCS-TSupplierResponseGuide.pdf If you have already registered on Public Contracts Scotland and PCS-Tender and paired your accounts you can access PCS-Tender through your Public Contracts Scotland Control Panel.

PP15059 - Junction 2 Business Survey

Wolverhampton City Council | Published June 11, 2015  -  Deadline June 26, 2015
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Junction 2 Employment Area is an important strategic employment area comprising one of the UK's most successful Enterprise Zone areas at i54, Wolverhampton Business Park, Pendeford Business Park, Boundary Industrial Estate and Trinity Court. Junction 2 Employment Area is situated in the west of the Black Country in South Staffordshire and Wolverhampton adjacent to Junction 2 of the M54, Stafford and Wobaston Road. The area is home to some of the Black Country's strategic companies including Jaguar Land Rover's engine plant, UTC Marstons, Eurofins and Moog. A dashboard for Junction 2 has been developed to capture information directly from companies and providers on job opportunities, construction job opportunities, travel to work patterns, education, skills and training. An in-house business survey was carried out in 2014 to capture this information from the existing business base. In addition, it captures other important information on existing and future business requirements for business support, broadband, local transport infrastructure, skills requirements etc. The overall purpose of this work is to allow project sponsors to fully understand the economic impact of the Junction 2 area and to assist the partners to further develop, improve and prioritise support offered to local businesses. The project should also provide better real time information to enable us to tailor business support, ensure local skill requirements are met and target businesses with services to meet their specific needs.

Home Office DSAB Business Analysts

CROWN COMMERCIAL SERVICE | Published June 3, 2015  -  Deadline June 5, 2015
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PLEASE NOTE - THIS IS FOR TRANSPARENCY PURPOSES ONLY, ONLY CAPABLE SUPPLIERS UNDER THE DIGITAL SERVICES FRAMEWORK WILL BE INVITED TO BID. The Programme has a need for Business Analysts to support inflight and upcoming work streams. For the initial Statement of Work (SoW) the intention is to have senior Business Analysts aligned with the Resource Profile set out in Annex 1 to this document. The initial SoW will run up to the end of September 2015 as shown in the profile. The pricing evaluation will be based on the profile up to this point. Ongoing Business Analyst requirements are likely to result in further SoWs aligned to the agile delivery phases and will be informed by team size and number as a consequence of Discovery phases as well as internal resourcing capability.
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