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Business development consultancy services

Worcestershire County Council | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
cpvs
79411100, 79410000

Business development consultancy services

Business Start Up Programme

Worcestershire County Council | Published September 23, 2016
cpvs
79411000

Business Start Up Programme.

Worcestershire Business Growth Programme.

Worcestershire Councy Council | Published February 24, 2017
Winner
Biz Smarts Ltd
cpvs
79411100

Sustainable economic growth and business growth is a key priority for Worcestershire County Council, the district councils and the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership. Set out in our corporate plan the Open for Business strategy focuses on ‘rebalancing’ Worcestershire's local economy through a series of measures aimed at encouraging and supporting private sector investment, business and employment growth. Central to the long term fortunes of the County are a large proportion of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which account for over 90 % of all Worcestershire businesses and between them generate a high proportion of the County's Gross Value Added. Along with new businesses, those SMEs with the greatest potential for growth will play a significant role in the economic recovery of the County. The County Council is seeking to appoint a service provider for the provision of business growth support as part of the Enterprising Worcestershire Programme through funding from the European Regional Development Fund, County and District Councils. The business growth support service will provide business advice and support to SMEs in Worcestershire in order to enable them to address barriers to business growth.

Worcestershire Business Growth Programme

Worcestershire Councy Council | Published February 24, 2017
Winner
Biz Smarts Ltd
cpvs
79411100

Sustainable economic growth and business growth is a key priority for Worcestershire County Council, the district councils and the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership. Set out in our corporate plan the Open for Business strategy focuses on ‘rebalancing’ Worcestershire's local economy through a series of measures aimed at encouraging and supporting private sector investment, business and employment growth.

Central to the long term fortunes of the County are a large proportion of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which account for over 90 % of all Worcestershire businesses and between them generate a high proportion of the County's Gross Value Added. Along with new businesses, those SMEs with the greatest potential for growth will play a significant role in the economic recovery of the County.

The County Council is seeking to appoint a service provider for the provision of business growth support as part of the Enterprising Worcestershire Programme through funding from the European Regional Development Fund, County and District Councils.

The business growth support service will provide business advice and support to SMEs in Worcestershire in order to enable them to address barriers to business growth.

Worcestershire Business Growth Programme

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 18, 2016
cpvs
79411100

Sustainable economic growth and business growth is a key priority for Worcestershire County Council, the district councils and the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership. Set out in our corporate plan the Open for Business strategy focuses on ‘rebalancing’ Worcestershire's local economy through a series of measures aimed at encouraging and supporting private sector investment, business and employment growth.

Central to the long term fortunes of the County are a large proportion of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which account for over 90 % of all Worcestershire businesses and between them generate a high proportion of the County's Gross Value Added. Along with new businesses, those SMEs with the greatest potential for growth will play a significant role in the economic recovery of the County.

The County Council is seeking to appoint a service provider for the provision of business growth support as part of the Enterprising Worcestershire Programme through funding from the European Regional Development Fund, County and District Councils.

The business growth support service will provide business advice and support to SMEs in Worcestershire in order to enable them to address barriers to business growth.

Worcestershire Business Growth Programme

Worcestershire Councy Council | Published October 18, 2016  -  Deadline November 14, 2016
cpvs
79411100

Sustainable economic growth and business growth is a key priority for Worcestershire County Council, the district councils and the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership. Set out in our corporate plan the Open for Business strategy focuses on ‘rebalancing’ Worcestershire's local economy through a series of measures aimed at encouraging and supporting private sector investment, business and employment growth.

Central to the long term fortunes of the County are a large proportion of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which account for over 90 % of all Worcestershire businesses and between them generate a high proportion of the County's Gross Value Added. Along with new businesses, those SMEs with the greatest potential for growth will play a significant role in the economic recovery of the County.

The County Council is seeking to appoint a service provider for the provision of business growth support as part of the Enterprising Worcestershire Programme through funding from the European Regional Development Fund, County and District Councils.

The business growth support service will provide business advice and support to SMEs in Worcestershire in order to enable them to address barriers to business growth.

M&E Planned and Preventative Maintenance for Business Critical Sites.

Sanctuary Housing Group | Published December 17, 2014  -  Deadline January 16, 2015
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50500000, 50710000, 50720000, 50730000, 50500000, 50710000, 50720000, 50730000, 50500000, 50710000, 50720000, 50730000, 50500000, 50710000, 50720000, 50730000

Provision of mechanical and electrical planned and reactive maintenance services at Sanctuary Housing Business Critical Sites.

Worcestershire Business Start Up and High Growth Start Up Programme

Worcestershire County Council | Published March 11, 2017  -  Deadline April 21, 2017
cpvs
79411100, 79410000

Worcestershire.

Business Start Up AND High Growth Start Up Programme.

Sustainable economic growth and business growth is a key priority for the County Council, the district councils and the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership. Set out in our corporate plan the Open for Business strategy focuses on ‘rebalancing’ Worcestershire's local economy through a series of measures aimed at encouraging and supporting private sector investment, business and employment growth.

Central to the long term fortunes of the County are a large proportion of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which account for over 90 % of all Worcestershire businesses and between them generate a high proportion of the County's Gross Value Added. New businesses will play a significant role in growing the Worcestershire economy, one of the fastest growing economies in the Country.

The Start-Up and High Growth Start-Up support programme will run from June 2017 — July 2019. The programme aims to stimulate enterprise, develop new market opportunities, encourage investment, create new jobs and facilitate start-up and high growth start-up. The programme is being led by Worcestershire County Council with The Princes Trust and The University of Worcester acting as delivery partners and builds upon the successful Enterprising Worcestershire programme (2013 — 2015), which was part funded by the European Regional Development Fund).

The project will provide business advice and support to individuals in Worcestershire in order to enable them to start new enterprises, provide additional advice and support to those and other early stage SMEs in the county, as well as deliver high growth support to a number of pre-start and early stage enterprises with high growth potential.

The programme will be complimented by a grant fund which will be administered by the County Council and will offer grants of between 1 000 GBP and 5 000 GBP at a rate of 50 % match funding to eligible SMEs.

The County Council is seeking to appoint service providers for the provision of business start-up and high growth start-up support, as part of the Enterprising Worcestershire Start -Up and High growth Start-Up Programme through funding from the European Regional Development Fund, County and District Councils.

There are 3 specific strands of support detailed below and split into lots as follows:

Lot 1 General Start-Up Support.

Lot 2–5 Early Stage business Support.

Lot 6 High Growth Start-Up Support.

The target beneficiaries will be entrepreneurs or early stage SME's based within Worcestershire or seeking to re-locate to Worcestershire, that require support in order to start their businesses or to grow businesses already trading for less than 36 months. These will typically be small businesses that are trading or intending to trade 70 % business to business (B2B) however, business to consumer (e.g. retail) is permitted in terms of pre-start up support under Lot 1 (see extract from eligibility rules below). Our expectation is that the majority of clients will be operating business to business.

The closing date for tender applications is 16:00 on Friday 21st April.

For details of how to apply for any of the Lots within this tender please read the Tender Guidance Document. Please answer all questions that are applicable to the Lot or Lots that you are bidding for.

Worcestershire Business Start Up and High Growth Start Up Programme.

Worcestershire County Council | Published March 11, 2017
cpvs
79410000

Worcestershire. Business Start Up AND High Growth Start Up Programme. Sustainable economic growth and business growth is a key priority for the County Council, the district councils and the Worcestershire Local Enterprise Partnership. Set out in our corporate plan the Open for Business strategy focuses on ‘rebalancing’ Worcestershire's local economy through a series of measures aimed at encouraging and supporting private sector investment, business and employment growth. Central to the long term fortunes of the County are a large proportion of small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) which account for over 90 % of all Worcestershire businesses and between them generate a high proportion of the County's Gross Value Added. New businesses will play a significant role in growing the Worcestershire economy, one of the fastest growing economies in the Country. The Start-Up and High Growth Start-Up support programme will run from June 2017 — July 2019. The programme aims to stimulate enterprise, develop new market opportunities, encourage investment, create new jobs and facilitate start-up and high growth start-up. The programme is being led by Worcestershire County Council with The Princes Trust and The University of Worcester acting as delivery partners and builds upon the successful Enterprising Worcestershire programme (2013 — 2015), which was part funded by the European Regional Development Fund). The project will provide business advice and support to individuals in Worcestershire in order to enable them to start new enterprises, provide additional advice and support to those and other early stage SMEs in the county, as well as deliver high growth support to a number of pre-start and early stage enterprises with high growth potential. The programme will be complimented by a grant fund which will be administered by the County Council and will offer grants of between 1 000 GBP and 5 000 GBP at a rate of 50 % match funding to eligible SMEs. The County Council is seeking to appoint service providers for the provision of business start-up and high growth start-up support, as part of the Enterprising Worcestershire Start -Up and High growth Start-Up Programme through funding from the European Regional Development Fund, County and District Councils. There are 3 specific strands of support detailed below and split into lots as follows: Lot 1 General Start-Up Support. Lot 2–5 Early Stage business Support. Lot 6 High Growth Start-Up Support. The target beneficiaries will be entrepreneurs or early stage SME's based within Worcestershire or seeking to re-locate to Worcestershire, that require support in order to start their businesses or to grow businesses already trading for less than 36 months. These will typically be small businesses that are trading or intending to trade 70 % business to business (B2B) however, business to consumer (e.g. retail) is permitted in terms of pre-start up support under Lot 1 (see extract from eligibility rules below). Our expectation is that the majority of clients will be operating business to business. The closing date for tender applications is 16:00 on Friday 21st April. For details of how to apply for any of the Lots within this tender please read the Tender Guidance Document. Please answer all questions that are applicable to the Lot or Lots that you are bidding for.

Financial and Business Intelligence Reporting System.

Worcestershire County Council | Published October 22, 2014
Winner
Rocket Software UK Ltd
cpvs
48000000, 48800000, 48810000, 48812000

The overarching aim of the Modernising Financial Services programme supports an environment where budget holders, through self service, have the information and tools to make faster, more informed decisions. Financial support on the whole will be more strategic and targeted, with transactional data gathering and analysis minimised, whilst data interpretation is maximised. This will provide a more value for money offer to the Council and its other customers. The solution will enable better decision making through the timely provision of accurate and consistent information with less need for manual intervention or translation, which is tailored to business needs and built on efficient processes.

M&E Planned and Reactive Maintenance — Business Critical Sites.

Sanctuary Housing Group | Published March 8, 2016
Winner
Imtech Inviron
cpvs
50500000, 50710000, 50730000, 50720000

Sanctuary Housing have appointed 1 supplier to provide M&E planned and reactive maintenance for its plant and equipment on its 5 business critical sites: Worcester, Banbury, Hull and 2 sites in Chester.

M&E Planned and Reactive Maintenance - Business Critical Sites

Sanctuary Housing Group | Published December 16, 2014  -  Deadline January 16, 2015
cpvs
50500000, 50710000, 50720000, 50730000

Sanctuary Housing are seeking to appoint one or two suppliers to provide M&E planned and reactive maintenance for its plant and equipment on its five business critical sites: Worcester, Banbury, Hull and two sites in Chester. 

The Promotion, Management and Administration of a Business Loan Fund for Worcestershire (and Shropshire)

Worcestershire County Council | Published June 18, 2016  -  Deadline July 25, 2016
cpvs
66122000

The Promotion, Management and Administration of a Business Loan Fund for Worcestershire (and Shropshire).

The Promotion, Management and Administration of a Business Loan Fund for Worcestershire (and Shropsh

Worcestershire County Council | Published June 18, 2016
cpvs
66122000

The Promotion, Management and Administration of a Business Loan Fund for Worcestershire (and Shropshire).

Miscellaneous business-related services

Sanctuary Housing Group | Published March 30, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
cpvs
79990000

Billing validation for gas, electricity and water invoices.

Utility bill validation services for Sanctuary Group.

Full specification available at www.sanctuary-tenders.co.uk

Ground investigation services

Worcestershire County Council | Published January 24, 2017  -  Deadline February 19, 2017
cpvs
71351500

Worcestershire County Council is advertising the opportunity for providers of Ground Investigation Services to apply to join a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the future procurement of Ground Investigation Services for the Council.

From January 2017, the DPS will be used for tendering for Ground Investigation Services in Worcestershire.

In order to be able to compete for business with the Council, suppliers must first be approved to join the DPS and then they will be automatically notified of opportunities to bid for contracts through Mini-Competitions.

Suppliers who are not on the DPS will not be able to compete for business with the Council.

In order to join the DPS, a Supplier will be required to meet selection criteria and minimum standards as set out in the documents, which form part of the application process.

Full instructions regarding how to apply are given in these documents.

Dynamic Purchasing System for the Procurement of Passenger Transport Services for Worcestershire County Council

Worcestershire County Council | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline August 8, 2021
cpvs
60170000, 34114400, 34121100, 60140000, 34121000, 60120000, 34121500, 60172000, 60171000

Worcestershire County Council is advertising the opportunity for providers of Passenger Transport to apply to join a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the future procurement of Passenger Transport Services for the Council.

From October 2016, the DPS will be used for tendering for Mainstream and Local Bus Transport Services, Special Educational Needs (SEN) Transport and long term social care transport for children, young people and adults in Worcestershire.

In order to be able to compete for business with the Council, suppliers must first be approved to join the DPS and then they will be automatically notified of opportunities to bid for contracts through Mini-Competitions.

Suppliers who are not on the DPS will not be able to compete for business with the Council.

In order to join the DPS, a Supplier will be required to meet selection criteria and minimum standards as set out in the documents, which form part of the application process.

Full instructions regarding how to apply are given in these documents.

Dynamic Purchasing System for the Procurement of Passenger Transport Services for Worcestershire Cou

Worcestershire County Council | Published August 10, 2016
cpvs
60170000, 34114400, 34121100, 60140000, 34121000, 60120000, 34121500, 60172000, 60171000

Worcestershire County Council is advertising the opportunity for providers of Passenger Transport to apply to join a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the future procurement of Passenger Transport Services for the Council.

From October 2016, the DPS will be used for tendering for Mainstream and Local Bus Transport Services, Special Educational Needs (SEN) Transport and long term social care transport for children, young people and adults in Worcestershire.

In order to be able to compete for business with the Council, suppliers must first be approved to join the DPS and then they will be automatically notified of opportunities to bid for contracts through Mini-Competitions.

Suppliers who are not on the DPS will not be able to compete for business with the Council.

In order to join the DPS, a Supplier will be required to meet selection criteria and minimum standards as set out in the documents, which form part of the application process.

Full instructions regarding how to apply are given in these documents.

Learning and Achievement Services in Worcestershire.

Worcestershire County Council | Published November 4, 2015
Winner
Babcock Training Ltd
cpvs
80110000, 80000000, 80100000, 80200000, 80211000, 80212000

Learning and Achievement is part of Worcestershire County Council's Children Services Directorate. It is responsible for promoting improved educational outcomes from 0-19 (0-25 for young people with special educational needs). Promoting improved educational outcomes is a key priority for the Council. It contributes to the Children and Families strand of the County Council's Corporate Plan, as well as supporting the County Council's Open for Business strategy.

Hosting, Support and Development of Legacy Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) Scheme IT

Natural England | Published December 4, 2014
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72000000, 48822000

Natural England is a Non-Departmental Public Body (NDPB) sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra). Natural England administers agri-environment schemes under Pillar 2 of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE). These schemes cover some 70 % of the farmed environment in England. Nearly 400 000 000 GBP in scheme grants is paid to agreement holders annually to: — create, protect and enhance wildlife habitats; — protect soils and natural resources; — conserve protected landscapes; — protect archaeological sites and historic landscape features; — provide opportunities for recreation and education. Natural England is seeking to continue the provision of its current IT systems to enable us to administer our existing ongoing multi-annual agreements and meet our obligations under the regulations governing the EU-funded CAP schemes. Following the award of the Genesis Legacy contract (Ref: Contract Award Notice 2014/S057095641) earlier this year, the contract(s) to be awarded under the envisaged procurement procedure(s) will replace the above referenced contract. This has been necessitated by internal change of strategic direction within the Defra group. The scope of the contract(s) will consist of: a) the secure hosting of the existing application components and capabilities, either reusing the existing hardware assets or by providing a cost effective alternative solution; b) providing application support and a service desk to Natural England's business users and working with our service management team to provide a resilient service that meets Natural England's business needs; c) delivering changes to the application to meet changing business needs through the CAP transition; d) working with our incumbent service provider to effect the seamless transition of services, minimising downtime and impacts to Natural England's business, whilst continuing to deliver changes into the system in parallel to meet our challenging time-scales for implementing EU policy change; e) working in co-operation with Natural England's other IT providers and those of other Government Agencies to manage interfaces and dependencies. Our systems are a complex, multi-environment set of IT capabilities and components that employ multiple technologies, including databases, application server, workflow, web-server, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Enhance Transform Load (ETL), business intelligence and reporting capabilities and bespoke components. The estimated total value of the combined services would be in the order of GBP 30 000 000 GBP – 40 000 000 GBP (ex-VAT) over a potential 6 year term. It is still to be determined whether we will be procuring as a single contract or multiple contracts, but the services will consist of the following: — hosting; — service, systems integration, application support and maintenance; — application development. However, this is subject to change and will be confirmed within the relevant OJEU Notice. There is also a digital assist (scanning) service requirement. It is anticipated that this will be procured through an existing government framework and will therefore not be discussed in detail at the market engagement event. The exact procedures to be used to procure the services are still to be determined. It is anticipated that the contract(s) will have a go live date of 1.4.2016, with transition period still to be determined. In order to gauge market interest in these opportunities, Natural England is seeking Expressions of Interest from potential suppliers with a view to holding a Market Engagement event or one to one meetings with interested parties in the week commencing 19.1.2014. If you wish to attend please express your interest by noon on Wednesday 24.12.2014 to alicia.spinks@defra.gsi.gov.uk or mel