Grow your business with the NHS
Spending cuts means less opportunity for businesses to work with the NHS, right? Wrong!
In 2017, the NHS will be increasing its engagement with informed, innovative and engaged suppliers – of all types and sizes.
Lord Carter’s final report on Operational Productivity in the NHS has pushed procurement to the top of the NHS agenda, as new approaches are needed at national, regional and Trust level. Now is the time for suppliers with innovative or cost saving products or services to step up and make the most of this opportunity to sell to the NHS.
The GO NHS Procurement Conference provides new and existing suppliers to the NHS with invaluable insight into how to work with this complex organisation; unlocking opportunity at every level. Delivering world class services while reducing cost requires dialogue, understanding and insight. A full appreciation of the challenges faced by buyers gives smart, informed and engaged suppliers a proven head start over their competition.
Supported by Crown Commercial Services, Government Opportunities and influential NHS buyers, the GO NHS Procurement Conference is designed specifically to update current providers and to encourage new suppliers to support the changes happening within NHS procurement.
The NHS’ annual spend of £26 billion is a huge amount – and even broken down by category and region, it represents a vast array of opportunity; whether you supply direct as an SME or working as part of the wider supply chain. The GO NHS Procurement Conference provides invaluable an insight into the opportunities and routes to market locally, regionally and nationally.
Held in central Manchester – an area at the forefront of change in the NHS – this one-day event provides information, insight and networking opportunity, and a rare opportunity to speak directly to those at the heart of NHS procurement.
“For anyone buying of wanting to sell to the NHS then this is a great conference for up to date information and an impressive list of speakers who help decipher the complexities of dealing with such a diverse and complicated organisation.”