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Stepclever Shows Businesses How February 19, 2009

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Events, Stepclever.
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stepclever_businessStepclever is launching a series of free drop-in open days for businesses in North Liverpool looking to connect with new income streams.

The open days will take place on Thursday 26 February and Thursday 19 March at the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.

There are two sessions in each day. Businesses are invited to attend either the morning event – from 9:00am to 12 noon, or the afternoon event – from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

The free events will help businesses to learn the ins and outs of supplying to the public sector and how to hone business skills to maximise potential.

The open days will feature “how to use” workshops on:

•    Stepclever’s bespoke online tendering toolkit
•    Stepclever’s unique inter-trading platform which is helping businesses in the Stepclever area to trade with each other
•    Identifying new markets through the Stepclever Alert Service (tender alert service) – putting you ahead of the game in securing new business

There will also be a presentation on the importance of understanding external supply chains that could reduce your operating costs and open up new markets.

Stepclever is an initiative offered in partnership with the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, Liverpool City Council and Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council and is operated for companies in the wards of Anfield, Everton, County, Kirkdale, Linacre and Derby.

For more information or to book contact June Davies on 0151 224 1891 or on june.davies@liverpoolchamber.org.uk

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1. Lloyd Sewell - February 24, 2009

Hello StepClever,

We are Business Link approved suppliers.

Please inform your members and visitors of our online
Tendering for Contracts Training Programme

Regards


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