There are over 750m worth of contracts to be won in the London Olympic & Paralympic Games 2012 supply chain and more when considering the opportunities that the Commonwealth Games, World Cup, and Winter Olympics will bring and the list continues. Sport is fast becoming a major business sector that companies should consider when looking for business. Specialist software provider to the manufacturing, distribution and apparel sectors, Syscom PLC, is investing in a day at the Brewery to help decision makers from UK companies learn how to find, tender for business and get their systems technologically fit for future growth.
Your competitors are getting fit for business...are you?
Syscom PLC has announced that Zaun Ltd, a West Midlands based Fencing Systems Manufacturer, has agreed to appear at the first of a series of nationwide series of free business seminars and workshops at the National Brewery Centre, Burton upon Trent on 11 November 2010, to share experiences regarding their recent new business wins. Events such as the London2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games are creating a lot of business opportunities for companies of all sizes across a wide variety of sectors throughout the UK.
Zaun has recently won an additional contract on the London 2012 Olympic site in Stratford to supply high security cladding and fixing systems for the multi-story car park which services the Main Press Centre (MPC) and the International Broadcast Centre (IBC). In 2008, Zaun was awarded the main contract for fencing and gates on the Stratford site. This contract is for 17Km of high specification perimeter fencing and gates is still on-going and has given the company the ability to target other opportunities on the Stratford site.
The MD of Zaun will join existing Syscom customers Weird Fish and Alexander Comley on 11 November, in order to share their invaluable insights. This is an ideal opportunity to find out how to win more business and meet the head of Microsoft ERP business systems, Louis Geller, who will talk about the importance of exploiting technological change to future-proof your business. Interested companies are advised to book a place as soon as possible as availability is limited.