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An extremely popular category for eTenders but one which can be extremely time-consuming. A highly competitive category with great potential to drive down costs.Read More
A potentially complex category depending on the expectations of the business. Liquidity will largely depend on spend but there are certainly savings to be made.Read More
A category which requires clear definitions in order to keep stakeholders and clients happy. Good liquidity within this category requiring relatively regular events.Read More
An easily definable category requiring relatively high volumes to gain supplier interest. Great liquidity with potential for dual sourcing with carefully defined lots.Read More
A highly profitable category but also highly challenging. Great liquidity in this market but certainly worth exploring local, national and international suppliers.Read More
Energy is a highly competitive and exchangeable category. However, it needs to be fairly sizeable or time efficient to attract competition between participants.Read More
A popular category when it comes to eAuctions, but huge importance on a well-defined specification. High liquidity but ensure quality standards are met.Read More
A great category to consider but can take time to define routes, delivery times, weights, quantities etc. Very good liquidity and a market familiar with eAuction events.Read More
An easily definable category with quality being of paramount importance. Great liquidity, however, there will be minimum volume requirements to attract suppliers.Read More
One of the most popular categories for eTender events. A highly competitive category even if your spend is low, with many suppliers being familiar with eSourcing events.Read More
A relatively easy category to define but ensure quality and grade is of high enough standards is essential. Liquidity will depend on spend size, consider several lots.Read More
As with most tenders, the opening paragraphs of your tender documentation should discuss your company. Not just who you are and what you do but also to act as a sales pitch.Read More
As well as obtaining the basic company information around their address and account details, you want to look at other areas which will help you judge their experience and potential risks.Read More
Data is a tricky area to manage especially given new data guidelines, such as GDPR. If you choose to source your own data, it is key to establish any data provider’s track record...Read More
Index Linking or Commodity Price Indexing can be used to reduce the risk in a contract for the buyer and supplier.Read More
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