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Reserve three spots! You and your colleagues are invited for our next webinar.

Updated: Apr 3, 2019

You and your colleagues from procurement and finance are invited for our special webinar on ‘tender processes’, funded by USAID.

On April 10 at 14.00, Paul will dig into tender processes. In this 45-minute webinar we will look into planning of tenders, the role of the vendors, the psychology of tenders, how to identify your needs and who should be involved. All with the purpose to set up successful tenders.

Why book three spots?  Tenders are relevant for many colleagues in your organisation. Most times, your procurement colleagues are leading in the process. And as most tenders are about substantial investments, your finance colleagues will be interested as well. You are encouraged to forward this invitation to colleagues who are working in the aforementioned areas as we think this will be of their interest.

We’ll be starting at 14.00 (CEST) / Spots are limited, so save your seat now!

Click on this link to register for the webinar.

Agenda 14.00 – 14.05: Introduction 14.05 – 14.10: How to work with potential suppliers 14.10 – 14.15: What are the roles in tender team 14.15 – 14.20: Psychology of tenders

14.20 – 14.30: Tender planning and identification of needs

14.30 – 14.35: The do’s and don’t’s 14.35 – 14.40: Questions and Answers 14.40 – 14.45: Wrap up

Burning questions about data analysis? Ask them hereso they can be answered during or after the webinar.

This webinar will be recorded and placed on our Knowledge Platform.

Paul Jansen | Executive Director
My drive as Executive Director is to realise impact, whether it is the impact that Fleet Forum generates by training fleet managers or the change that we drive in organisations through our strategic improvement programmes.

It is my ambition for the sector that fleet is recognised as a crucial enabler to achieve organisational goals. My ambition for Fleet Forum is that we are seen as a thought leader and game changer in transport solutions in humanitarian organisations. 


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