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Business and management consultancy and related services

ESPO | Published August 9, 2016
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Business and management consultancy and related services

GB-Leicester: Business Intelligence System

Leicester City Council | Published May 16, 2016  -  Deadline June 6, 2016
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72253200

Leicester City Council as the accountable body for Leicester & Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership requires the supply of a Business Intelligence System. The contract is for an initial period of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 1 + 1 years.

PAN0774 — Business Rates Debt Recovery Support Service

Leicester City Council | Published May 21, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
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75242110, 79412000

Leicester City Council invites Tenders for the provision of business rates debt recovery support.

Provide for support and advice from a Supplier specialising in debt collection and insolvency, with experience of providing a similar service for Business Rates and Council Tax debts to other authorities. Advice and action is likely to be, but not limited to, disputed and contentious rating matters, for example, charitable occupation, lease surrender disputes, intermittent occupation.

PAN0774 — Business Rates Debt Recovery Support Service

Leicester City Council | Published May 21, 2016
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75242110, 79412000

Leicester City Council invites Tenders for the provision of business rates debt recovery support.

Provide for support and advice from a Supplier specialising in debt collection and insolvency, with experience of providing a similar service for Business Rates and Council Tax debts to other authorities. Advice and action is likely to be, but not limited to, disputed and contentious rating matters, for example, charitable occupation, lease surrender disputes, intermittent occupation.

Business and management consultancy and related services

ESPO | Published May 19, 2017
Winner
Advalus Ltd
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79400000, 71241000, 72221000, 72224000, 79000000, 79313000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79414000, 79419000, 79212000, 79212100, 79212200, 79212300, 79212400, 66170000, 66171000, 79412000, 79418000, 79221000, 66600000, 85100000, 85000000, 71311200, 71311210, 72000000, 72200000, 72220000, 72222000, 72223000, 72227000, 72240000, 72246000, 72260000, 72266000, 73220000, 90710000, 90713000, 71314300, 71351914, 71800000, 71315210, 79417000, 71317210, 71317000, 70333000, 71410000, 73200000, 79341100, 79300000, 79413000, 79416200

ESPO (in collaboration with YPO) is seeking to establish a framework agreement with a number of service providers for the provision of consultancy services. The key aim of the framework will be to promote cost savings and create efficiencies by providing customers access to pre-approved service providers whom they may appoint using a simple and streamlined procurement process.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Alternative delivery models, business continuity and resilience, HR, organisational design, project management, risk management, strategy development.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Audit strategies and methodologies, audit services, bench marking and quality assurance, external/internal audits, governance, risk and internal control.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Audit strategies and methodologies, audit services, benchmarking and quality assurance, external/internal audits, governance, risk and internal control.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Banking, financial analysis and reporting, financial reviews, financial options, financial policies, funding applications and grants.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Category management, contract management, e-sourcing, European and global sourcing, process optimisation, supplier integration and relationship management.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Efficiency reviews, government returns, model adoptions, payment arrears.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Compliance and advisory, corporation tax, employment tax, land tax, PAYE, stamp duty, tax planning, VAT.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Accounting treatment, credit ratings, codes of practice, debt management, investment reviews and strategies, market conditions, prudential indicators.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Commercial feasibility and technical reviews, equipment andfacilities, food and drink menus, food hygiene, healthy eating programmes, nutrition.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Developing and implementing of public health schemes, behavioural science, health education, biostatistics, environmental health, epidemiology.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Care tool kits, commissioning models, departmental and servicereviews, demand management, personalisation, safeguarding, service user pathways.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Care tool kits, commissioning models, departmental and service reviews, demand management, personalisation, safeguarding, service user pathways.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Demand management, management strategies, impactassessments, street & traffic management, travel initiatives, travel plans, intelligent transport systems.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Cloud solutions, server solutions, systems development andanalysis, telecommunications, wireless solutions.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Cost analysis and projection, data protection and cyber security,digital strategy development, disaster recovery, IT project and programme management.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Commercial and efficiency reviews, funding and fundingapplications, increasing public use of services, service strategy design, trusts and joint ventures.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Acquisitions, sales and disposals, evaluations and reviews,management and delivery, maintenance, mapping, rationalisation, remodelling.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Alternative energy, biodiversity, carbon footprint reduction, climate change, environmental legislation, landscape management, pollution, sustainability.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Accident statistics, COSHH and REACH, inspections and audits,H&S legislation, H&S policies and management, risk assessments, safe working procedures.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Development and regeneration projects, investment programmes,needs and assessment, revenue optimisation and funding, tenant schemes, supported housing.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Agricultural & retail planning, employment land reviews, localeconomic assessments, applications & appeals, legislation, spatial or specialist planning.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Government policy and awareness, local business development, economic development and sustainable growth plans, income generation schemes.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Alternative waste treatment, commercial or domestic waste,legislation, new waste sites, waste campaigns, waste policies and strategies.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Community research/strategies, customer insight, feedback facilitation, public dialogue, consultation, soft market testing, stakeholder engagement.

Including, but not limited to, advice around: Branding, communication and marketing, crisis and events management, market research, campaigns, and strategies, media relations, targeting strategies.

Consultancy advice across a wide range of disciplines in relation to high value and/or complex strategic projects.

Operation, property management and business support to Leicester Food Park.

Leicester City Council | Published November 13, 2014
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Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire Chamber of Commerce (DNLCC) in partnership with The Food and Drink Forum
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70330000, 50700000, 50800000, 79993000, 79993100, 80531000, 80510000, 70332200

Property management services of real estate on a fee or contract basis. Repair and maintenance services of building installations. Miscellaneous repair and maintenance services. Building and facilities management services. Facilities management services. Industrial and technical training services. Specialist training services. Commercial property management services. Leicester City Council is seeking to appoint an experienced operator to carry out the facilities management service to Leicester Food Park and provide a business support service to its tenants. The Council is particularly interested in attracting an Operator with an understanding of the food and drink sector and the needs of small food and drink manufacturing businesses. The Food Park is currently being built and funded through a European Regional Development Grant. Further details are included in the Information Document.

Business and management consultancy and related services

ESPO | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline November 14, 2016
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79400000, 71241000, 72221000, 72224000, 79000000, 79313000, 79410000, 79411000, 79411100, 79414000, 79419000, 79212000, 79212100, 79212200, 79212300, 79212400, 66170000, 66171000, 79412000, 79418000, 79221000, 66600000, 85100000, 85000000, 71311200, 71311210, 72000000, 72200000, 72220000, 72222000, 72223000, 72227000, 72240000, 72246000, 72260000, 72266000, 73220000, 71314300, 71351914, 71800000, 90710000, 90713000, 71315210, 71317000, 71317210, 79417000, 70333000, 71410000, 73200000, 79300000, 79341100, 79413000, 79416200

Consultancy advice across a wide range of disciplines in relation to high value and/or complex strategic projects.

Business Mentoring Programme for Looked After Children

Leicestershire County Council | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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80500000

Education of Children in Care Services are seeking provision of a business mentoring programme for teenage young people who are in care. The aim of the scheme is to raise aspirations, enabling those young people involved to experience the wider world of work and to work with experienced and engaging mentors who will be aspirational role models to the mentees. This should increase confidence and positive engagement and attitudes towards current education (school/college) and also in pursuing further education and work. Procurement documents can be accessed via the Council's e-tendering portal (http://www.eastmidstenders.org).

PAN0774 - Business Rates Debt Recovery Support Service

Leicester City Council | Published May 20, 2016  -  Deadline June 17, 2016
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Leicester City Council invites Tenders for the provision of business rates debt recovery support. The proposed Contract will be for four years with an option to extend for up to 24 months and it is anticipated to award to a single Supplier. The Authority wishes to ensure that its procurement opportunities are open to small and micro local enterprises and voluntary and community sector organisations as it appreciates the very important role they play in the local economy. Tenders from these organisations are particularly welcomed. This Invitation to Tender document and with the appendices and all other documentation issued to suppliers sets out details of the Authority’s requirements and how to submit your Tender. Please ensure you read it carefully, however should you need any further information please see section below on how to raise questions during the Tender period. This procurement is intended to: 1. Provide for support and advice from a Supplier specialising in debt collection and insolvency, with experience of providing a similar service for Business Rates and Council Tax debts to other authorities. Advice and action is likely to be, but not limited to, disputed and contentious rating matters, for example, charitable occupation, lease surrender disputes, intermittent occupation. We will be seeking support and advice from the supplier at any given time by email, letter or phone call relating to the billing and collection of Business Rates and Council Tax. This can be on a specific or general matter and a full response is generally expected within 21 days of the request detailing any further support and advice that can be provided by the supplier and cost of such. 2. Allow for successful collection rates where recovery from other routes, for example liability orders and referral to enforcement agents, has failed. Enhancement to systems to produce a consistent approach to improve our reputation in this area and collection rates. Our expectation is of a tried and tested approach to the collection of the two taxes outside of the normal recovery route, highlighted in section above, on targeted referred cases. 3. Allow for focus on collection from ratepayers who avoid payment, for example, by using avoidance tactics (i.e. intermittent occupation), hiding behind “phoenix companies” or being registered in a foreign jurisdiction, having accumulated substantial debts over a number of years. The supplier should provide a unique solution using their in-house teams and any external resources, as required. The cases will be referred on a standard template, to be provided by the bidder in their response. It is expected that a preliminary view is given at the outset on the likelihood of success (including costs) on an individual case by way of report, which can be used to substantiate the Authority’s case for a write off if further action is to likely to be unsuccessful. The supplier should provide full details of systems used to track progress of individual cases, including costs incurred, and how this will be made available to the Authority. In the response the supplier should detail how they will manage such cases from the start to the end of the process. The expectation is for any costs incurred during the recovery process to be passed to the debtor, where legally possible. Tenders received after the deadline will not be considered. Applicants should note that due to the technicality of the software package being used to create this advert, this Opportunity will become "invisible" at midnight on 16th June 2016; Applicants are therefore requested to save all documentation relating to this Opportunity locally

Tourism & Hospitality Sector Development and Business Information Support Service

Leicestershire County Council | Published May 19, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
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73000000

By way of this tender, the Councils will seek to appoint an experienced provider to carry out Information, Diagnostic and Business assessments of such SME's and provide them with specialist advice by way of 1-2-1 support, coaching, masters-classes, seminars and workshops etc. to encourage them to recruit new staff and introduce new products.

PAN1109 - Surveying Agency Services for Business Relocation

Leicester City Council | Published October 12, 2016  -  Deadline November 30, 2016
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70332200

Leicester City Council (the Authority) invites relocation and surveying agencies with in-depth knowledge of the Leicester’s industrial and warehouse market to register interest and receive full details of our business relocation requirements. It is an open framework which allows local property agents to bring forward possible off market properties to aid in the relocation of businesses from the Waterside phase 1 area. For Suppliers to receive full details of the relocation requirements, the Supplier Suitability Questionnaire (SSQ) at section 4 is to be completed and returned to the Authority. Once evaluation has been completed and the Supplier is deemed suitable, a Confidentiality Agreement will be issued to the Supplier. Once the Authority has received a signed Confidentiality Agreement, full details of the relocation requirements can be sent to the Supplier. Suppliers may be included to participate in this opportunity at any time following the process above. Please note this is an ongoing opportunity and work under this contract will be allocated as and when required. Therefore suppliers are advised to apply as soon as possible. Please access the document via the link below.

The provision of a Business Intelligence System (PAN9094)

Leicester City Council | Published May 16, 2016  -  Deadline June 5, 2016
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48000000,

Leicester City Council as the accountable body for Leicester & Leicestershire Enterprise Partnership requires the supply of a Business Intelligence System. The contract is for an initial period of 3 years with the option to extend for a further 1 + 1 years. This opportunity is advertised on www.delta-esourcing.com In order to access the tender documents, you will need to enter the following access code in Delta eSourcing: A5VXH9DNT8. Only responses submitted through Delta eSourcing will be accepted, and should be completed, no later than 1400hrs on 6th June 2016 at the very latest. Organisations are asked to regularly check this opportunity on Source Leicestershire for any updates. Any advertised opportunity might be updated or removed at short notice due to unforeseen circumstances. Applicants should note that due to the technicality of the software package being used to create this advert, this Opportunity will become "invisible" at midnight, 05/06/2016.

Brookfield School of Business and Percy Gee East Wing Works

The University of Leicester | Published May 8, 2017  -  Deadline June 9, 2017
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45453100

The University of Leicester is seeking to appoint contractor(s) to complete two projects, the procurement is broken down into two lots. The first project is to substantially refurbish, and some new build element, of the existing Brookfield Campus into Brookfield School of Business. Construction period being between December 2017 and March 2019. The second project is seeks to develop the East Wing of the Percy Gee building on the main campus. It will provide a transformed East Wing of some 5,200 m2 providing new and improved space which better suits the requirements of the Union and the University, and enables a series of improvement projects to proceed within the wider University estate. The construction period is December 2017 to March 2019.

PAN1573 – Supporting Creative Businesses Seminars

Leicester City Council | Published April 24, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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79000000,

Collaborate for Business Growth The Collaborate for Business Growth ERDF project provides support to businesses from different sectors across Leicester and Leicestershire. The LCB Depot Business Growth Team is responsible for providing support to creative businesses in Leicester City. Brief for the support The LCB Depot Business Growth Team is currently looking for a “Network Champion” to deliver a series of sector specific networking/speaker events aimed at supporting creative businesses across Leicester. The Business Growth Team are keen to receive tenders from interested individuals with ideas as to the content, venue and speakers for the events to be delivered to the creative community. Themes for the events could include, learning from experienced or inspirational creatives, experts discussing issues relevant to their particular creative sub-sector or lessons learned that may be helpful to people considering self-employment in the creative industries. The “Network Champion” will be responsible for suggesting the theme of each event, sourcing each speaker in collaboration with the Business Growth Team as well as booking the venue and promoting the event to the creative community. The successful Champion should have experience of delivering similar events to creatives in Leicester and Leicestershire and should have an existing network of creative businesses that they are engaged with. The Authority wishes to ensure that its procurement opportunities are open to small and micro local enterprises and voluntary and community sector organisations as it appreciates the very important role they play in the local economy. Quotations from these organisations are particularly welcomed. Applicants should note that due to the technicality of the software package being used to create this advert, this Opportunity will become "invisible" at midnight on 7th May 2017; Applicants are therefore requested to save all documentation relating to this Opportunity locally. Submissions must be received via the EastMidsTenders portal: https://www.eastmidstenders.org/index.htm by 12:00 noon on 7th May 2017 at the very latest. Late submissions and those received by any other means will not be accepted. Any queries/questions regarding this opportunity must be received via the Due North portal only, otherwise they will not be responded to.

Supply of a bulk printing, enclosing and mailing service.

Leicester City Council | Published August 11, 2015
Winner
Critiqom Limited
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75112000, 75100000, 79900000, 79810000, 79820000, 79824000, 79823000, 79570000, 79571000, 64110000, 64112000, 64121100

Administrative services for business operations. Administration services. Miscellaneous business and business-related services. Printing services. Services related to printing. Printing and distribution services. Printing and delivery services. Mailing-list compilation and mailing services. Mailing services. Postal services. Postal services related to letters. Mail delivery services. Supply of a bulk printing, enclosing and mailing service.

Supply of a Bulk Printing, Enclosing and Mailing Service.

Leicester City Council | Published February 25, 2015  -  Deadline April 2, 2015
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75112000, 75100000, 79900000, 79810000, 79820000, 79824000, 79823000, 79570000, 79571000, 64110000, 64112000, 64121100

Administrative services for business operations. Administration services. Miscellaneous business and business-related services. Printing services. Services related to printing. Printing and distribution services. Printing and delivery services. Mailing-list compilation and mailing services. Mailing services. Postal services. Postal services related to letters. Mail delivery services. Leicester City Council invites tenders for the supply of a bulk printing, enclosing and mailing service.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

Leicestershire County Council | Published May 20, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
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73000000, 79000000, 79411100

Tenders are invited for the provision of a Tourism and Hospitality Sector Development and Business Information Support Service for the Tourism and Hospitality sector across Leicester and Leicestershire, as part of a wider ERDF Business Support project.

By way of this tender, the Councils will seek to appoint an experienced provider to carry out Information, Diagnostic and Business assessments of such SME's and provide them with specialist advice by way of 1-2-1 support, coaching, masters-classes, seminars and workshops etc. to encourage them to recruit new staff and introduce new products.

leicestershire County Council Tender for Insurance 2014.

Leicestershire County Council | Published October 31, 2014
Winner
Risk Management Partners
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66510000

Insurance — Property, Works in Progress, specified all risks, computer all risks, business interruption, fidelity guarantee, employers liability, public and products liability, officials indemnity, professional indemnity, motor fleet.

New website for the Leicestershire Registration Service

Leicestershire County Council | Published May 16, 2016  -  Deadline June 8, 2016
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72000000

Proposals are invited for the provision of a business/income generation focussed website, specifically to exhibit Leicestershire Registration Service?s ?celebratory? services. To obtain more information regarding this procurement, please go to www.eastmidstenders.org

Request for Quotation (RFQ) for Economic Research on Leicestershire’s Market Tow

 | Published July 5, 2016
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73200000

Request for Quotation (RFQ) for the service provision of Economic Research on Leicestershire’s Market Towns Ref: LCC/CE/2015 Quotations are invited for the provision of economic research into Leicestershire’s Market Towns. The Council’s detailed requirements are defined in the Specification in Section 3 of the RfQ. Leicestershire has a number of Market Towns that sit primarily on the borders of the county with the City of Leicester at the core. There are 5 towns with populations over 20,000 some of which have suitable local partnership arrangements such as Business Improvement Districts (BID) and town partnerships as well as the political will and appropriate executive skills to move forward with an integrated proposal for investment from the Leicestershire Local Enterprise Partnership (LLEP). The key towns which we are looking to work with are: • Loughborough • Melton Mowbray • Hinckley • Coalville • Ashby • Wigston • Blaby • Market Harborough • Lutterworth We know that developing vibrant town centres is critical to achieving a strong and sustainable sub-regional economy. Market Towns also see a large number of business start-ups, most of which require some degrees of business support. In order to make the most of the growing economy and adapt to the current structural and irreversible changes that are occurring on our high streets, including the rationalisation of many major high street retailers and banks, our Market Towns need to appear vibrant and attractive In the past, and certainly since the Portas Review, the emphasis has been on facilities management and making local improvements through pop up shop schemes and use of vacant units alongside the work of BIDS, town partnerships etc. These initiatives have worked with the current configuration of town centres and while such measures have undoubtedly made a difference it has become apparent that more work is needed to tackle the greater structural issues underpinning the economic character of our towns. We need more innovative, strategic and joined up interventions to ensure our town centres can keep attracting shoppers and visitors, supporting business engagement and development, attracting inward investment and sustaining assets such as property, public realm and parking across areas where no single authority or agency has overall responsibility. The key to ensuring success of our major towns is for those responsible for their management to work together. As part of the proposal we will look at adopting a more coordinated approach to asset, facilities and growth management within each of our towns to feed into the work of the Place Board /Business Growth Hub. In drawing up the model approach we will give particular attention to the Town Centre Investment Management pilot (TCIM) supported by Department of Communities and Local Government as a framework to support delivery of an integrated programme of investment in market towns, where Melton will