Paul Quinn manages the biggest business in Ireland yet few people know his name or indeed what he looks like.
TenderScout, Restored Hearing and Love & Robots were last night named as the three finalists of the ESB Spark of Genius Award at the 2014 Web Summit.
The recent announcement by the Government that the winners of public sector contracts should be made public is a welcome move.
A seminar hosted by Denis Naughten in Athlone recently heard that only around 1 percent of local businesses win a share of the €9 billion available in public sector contracts.
Collaboration and communication help to avoid expensive mistakes in IT projects, without sacrificing the ability to change as the work progresses, says Tony Corrigan, strategic consultant and founder of online platform TenderScout, which helps SMEs win public sector contracts...
The value of the Irish public sector procurement market in 2013 was €12 Billion. It is the single biggest market opportunity for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
Well over 100 business owners were in attendance at Fitzpatricks Castle Hotel on February 4th to hear Minister Brian Hayes and TenderScout CEO, Tony Corrigan share their thoughts on the opportunities available to SMEs from participating in public sector contracts.
In the Sunday Business Post on Feb 4th, one of our clients, Techno-path, has provided 10 tips for winning public sector contracts.
Today’s Irish Independent and Irish Times quote TenderScout research noting that domestic businesses missed out on almost €3.5 billion worth of business in the €12 billion government tender market in 2013, as 28 per cent of public tenders went to companies outside the state, according to TenderScout.
Congratulations to Neil Delaney and all of his team at Nicholas O'Dwyer & Company Ltd on winning this year’s National Procurement Awards Best Supplier Award as sponsored by TenderScout.