Prospero Zambia
Prospero Zambia
Posted Event
over 2 years ago

ZamB2B Buyer Business Breakfast

ZamB2B invites commercial buyers to attend a Buyer Business Breakfast. This business breakfast will give you the opportunity to fully understand the value that the ZamB2B will bring to your company’s operations.

The platform links local SMEs to market opportunities & has already registered 216 suppliers, 10 buyers & seen 28 contracts uploaded worth $300,000.

Benefits to your company:

  • Upload tender notices directly to the ZamB2B in a few clicks. This includes RFQs, RFIs, EOIs, etc.
  • Restrict categories of suppliers that can respond to tender, i.e. only local companies, companies with tax clearance, companies with commercial references etc.
  • Respond directly to successful and unsuccessful bidders directly on the ZamB2B and provide them feedback on contract performance.
  • Enroll your suppliers in our skills development and capacity building programmes.
  • Save time and money in searching for top quality suppliers (as all can be found on ZamB2B).
  • Seat on our Advisory Board to help run our activities and events
  • Speaking opportunities at all our events.
  • Full association with all ZamB2B’s work, reports, results, case-studies, and media coverage.
  • Improve on your local sourcing and ultimately local content development.
  • Help your suppliers access discounted accounting software, ISO/EHS certificates, Insurance packages in order to service you better.
  • Help your suppliers access business skills training that can help them to become more internationally competitive, successfully tender for contracts and grow.
10 Oct
+260 976 1923058
ZamB2B Buyer Business Breakfast
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Prospero Zambia
Capacity building
Business consultants
Prospero is a UK aid-funded private sector development entity designed to incentivise investment in innovation that will change the way that market systems work and create new growth opportunities for MSMEs. Formerly Private Enterprise Programme Zambia (PEPZ), the organisation focuses on the following high-growth potential sectors: food and agriculture, mining and mining services, tourism and hospitality, investment services and business services.