Welsh Government

Supply Chain Opportunities

Very few businesses can operate without buying-in certain services, products or skills from other businesses.

This creates opportunities for potential suppliers. And in turn, these suppliers might need to buy-in or sub-contract certain things. And so a supply chain is created.

The bigger the business or project, the more likely the need to source suppliers across a range of fields. There are loads of supply chain opportunities in North Wales right now, so it's worth keeping your eyes and ears open.

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Supply Chain Events

Jan
18
2018
Gwynedd
Planning your Personal Development
Why attend? Receive guidance to complete your own Personal Development Plan Gain confidence in setting objectives and plan for a more efficient future Learn how to develop key skills or competencies 
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Jan
18
2018
Flintshire
Managing and feeding the transition cow
Dr George Oikonomou DVM PhD FHEA MRCVS (University of Liverpool), a leading expert on optimal dairy cow health and performance, will be discussing the latest developments and research into transition cow management. Rachael Kennerley (ForFarmers) will discuss the important aspects of nutrition when feeding the pre and post calving cow to ensure optimum cow and calf performance on forage based systems.
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Wylfa Newydd
Key Projects

Big development projects usually create big opportunities for local businesses. So it’s worth being in the know.

There’s at least seven major projects underway or being planned in North Wales right now – including a nuclear power station, a prison, an eco park and a tidal lagoon.

And the fact is, you need a lot of skills, products and services to build and operate big facilities like these.

Some of these things are usually outsourced – and if you’re in the right kind of industry, you might be able to bid for that work and win a valuable contract.

Sell2Wales
Sell2Wales

Another great way to find opportunities is to search on the Sell2Wales website. It's managed by Welsh Government and used mostly by the public sector to advertise contracts.

Local councils, colleges, the NHS, environmental agencies, emergency services and other public organisations use the site to source suppliers of different products, services or skills - anything from ICT support to waste management or buildings maintenance.

Watch the videos below, or visit the site for more info.