The UK defence procurement marketplace is valued at over £20bn annually, with hundreds of billions more flowing from international markets. Defence buyers require a huge array of goods and services, from military materiel through to software, logistics, infrastructure and more.
To fully engage with the defence marketplace, you need solutions that underpin your strategic approach to market and drive your tactics. The DPRTE Defence Market Engagement Zone will provide you with a range of solutions focused towards helping your business gain that all-important first-mover advantage.
Chat to our teams about how we can help you engage earlier with buyers and make sure you aren’t missing a single relevant opportunity within the defence sector. We are here to help you take the next steps on your procurement journey.
Our consultative approach will help you understand your organisations challenges and identify how ready your business is to work within defence. We can also advise you on how you can best find relevant opportunities.
On stand find out how to:
Identify opportunities – Talk to our Supply2Defence tender alerts team to find out how you can start working with the MOD and other defence organisations as well as how to gain access to Supply2Defence’s contract notice database which is the UK’s largest (hosting even more contracts than the national government portals). You can also pick up some complimentary guides on stand.
Engage with buyers – There are many benefits to engaging early, and as the world’s leading global defence and security intelligence solution, Defence Contracts International (DCI) provides an array of powerful business intelligence tools that can help your organisation achieve this. Chat to us in the Defence Market Engagement Zone about how we can provide you with all-encompassing overview of the marketplace and give you the tools you need to gain that all-important first move advantage.
Connect to the defence community –Defence Online is one of the largest communities of key decision makers representing defence sector buyers and influencers within the Ministry of Defence, Prime Contractors and Industry.
Come and chat to us on the Defence Market Engagement Zone about how you can connect directly with this influential market through a range of digital marketing solutions, as well as staying up to date with informative news, insight and intelligence within the sector.
Get the right accreditation: Since 1 January 2016, all MOD suppliers looking to win contracts involving the transfer or generation of Ministry of Defence Identifiable Information (MODII) must have a Cyber Essentials certification. Organisations that achieve Cyber Essentials certification demonstrate they have considered and committed to strengthening their defences against common cyber threats. If you haven’t already joined the Cyber Essentials scheme, then now is the time to do so. Chat to us at DPRTE about how we can help.