|Belfast City Council for “Venture for Success" Information Seminar
||The Department of Finance will be initiating a procurement competition for the delivery of Belfast City Council’s Venture for Success Programme. The Venture for Success programme will support the development of new (0-2 year) businesses in the Belfast City Council area that have the potential to grow, employ staff and consider opportunities to export with a particular focus on our key sectors including; Creative and Digital Industries, Financial and Professional Services, Advanced Engineering, Clean Technology, ICT and Electronics, Hospitality and Tourism and Life and Health Sciences. This programme should be delivered through a range of disciplines across specialist fields to support the acceleration of innovation, research and development and product/market development within local businesses. The programme will be delivered for a three year period with the possibility of a one year extension. Potential bidders are invited to attend an Information Seminar on Friday 7th April from 12.30 to 1.30 at Belfast City Council’s offices on 9 Adelaide Street, Belfast, BT2 8DJ. Lunch will be provided. To register your attendance for this event please go to https://ssl.belfastcity.gov.uk/VentureForSuccess or email email@example.com .
|Procurex Ireland, 25 April 2017
||The Procurex Ireland festival takes place on 25 April 2017, at the RDS Exhibition Centre, Dublin. The festival is open to buyers and suppliers from across the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, and will include showcasing innovations; opportunities to network and collaborate; training sessions and seminars.
Visit www.procurexlive.co.uk/ireland/ for more information about the event, and to book a free place.
|Supply Market Engagement for Innovative Products to Improve the Energy Efficiency of Housing Executive Homes
||The Northern Ireland Housing Executive is pleased to invite manufacturers and suppliers to present their innovative products, materials and systems suitable for the sustainable improvement of Housing Executive homes.
||Supply Market Ad.pdf
|NIHE - Expression of Interest for Removal of Waste Materials from NIHE Open Spaces
||The Northern Ireland Housing Executive (The Housing Executive) has an ongoing requirement for the removal of Waste Materials which have been placed on various Housing Executive Open Spaces throughout Northern Ireland.
The Housing Executive is proposing to establish a Panel of Contractors to be used for the removal and environmental disposal of the waste materials from the various locations within Northern Ireland, at any time throughout the year and relates to the removal of waste materials and not burnt materials.
Expressions of Interest are now being sought from Contractors who may wish to be considered for inclusion on a Panel to provide the required service.
The Housing Executive is proposing to carry out a Market Engagement event with Contractors who express an interest in the service provision in early April 2017
If you would like to let us know about your interest, we would ask that you complete the attached response document and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completed responses should be returned by Tuesday 4th April 2017.
||Waste Materials Removal.docx
|Note on IR35 Change
||Please see attached note on changes to IR35
||Note on IR35 Change.pdf
|Supplier Information Open Day for DfE - Site Inspections of 100 percent Installations under the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme – PRONI , Titanic Quarter, Belfast at 2pm on 27 February 2017
||The Department for the Economy is planning to hold a Supplier Information Open Day at 2pm on Monday 27 February 2017 in PRONI, 2 Titanic Boulevard, Titanic Quarter, Belfast, BT3 9HQ. Registration will open from 1.30pm in the foyer. The purpose of the Supplier Open Day is to engage with the market in advance of a formal tender process for the DfE - Site Inspections of 100 percent Installations under the Renewable Heat Incentive Scheme . The objectives of the Supplier Information Open Day are as follows:
1. Overview of project requirements.
2. The project outputs.
3. Questions and Answer Session.
4. Timetable for next steps.
If you are interested in attending this event, we would ask that you send an email to: email@example.com providing a list of names of those people wishing to attend the event and the companies they represent by 12 noon on Friday 24 February 2017.
The session will be strictly restricted to 3 attendees per entity to allow maximum interaction and discussion.
|Breakfast briefing for construction companies – Gibson Hotel Dublin, 10 March 2017
||‘Rebuilding Ireland’ sets out a roadmap for significantly increasing the construction of housing across the Republic of Ireland – to see the housing supply increase by 25,000 homes each year until 2020. This breakfast briefing is designed to focus on the construction opportunities emerging from ‘Rebuilding Ireland’. The briefing will set out how ‘Rebuilding Ireland’ will feed into a pipeline of commercial opportunities for the construction industry for several years. Find out more about the event at http://www.intertradeireland.com/newsevents/events/info/name-40451-en.php
Date: 10 March 2017, 7.45am – 9.30am
|Market Sounding Notice for the HSCNI Regional Pathology Information Systems Project
||Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland, HSCNI, is exploring options for a regional pathology information system and wishes to engage with potential suppliers to understand available market options, including potential costs. Interested Suppliers are requested to return a completed Market Sounding Questionnaire. Please see attached documents that can be downloaded. The full response should be submitted in the proposed format, within one electronic folder (Microsoft Word/Excel) to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3.00pm UK time on 24th February 2017.
Note Updated deadline.
||HSCNI files v2.zip
|HSC Procurement Awareness Events for Social Care and Health Care Providers
||HSCNI organisations in partnership with BSO (PaLS) plan to deliver a series of Procurement Awareness Events across the region. These events are targeted at service providers who deliver health and social care service interventions to people. The events will run at a range of locations across the region during March, April and May 2017. Interested parties can register online here http://online.hscni.net
|NI Water supplier briefing session regarding new Temporary Resources Tender (Antrim) Friday 3rd February 2017.
||NI Water invites you to a supplier briefing session about a tender we will advertise at the end of February for temporary resources. The contract will be split into lots and be for 3+1+1 years and an estimated £8 million expenditure across all lots.
The briefing session will be on Friday 3rd February 10am – 12pm.
This event will comprise a presentation giving an overview of our requirement, how we intend to structure the contract, the procurement process and tips on the tender process. A Q+A session will follow with an opportunity for you to give us your feedback on the day.
There is a limit of 50 places available on a first come first served basis. One representative from your organisation may attend.
Please notify NI Water of your intention to attend, by close of business on Tuesday 31st January 2017, via email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
This event will take place at:
Antrim Learning and Development Centre
61 Milltown Road
This is a good opportunity for potential suppliers to understand NI Water’s business drivers and objectives for our temporary resources contract.