With the key government objective of utilising Scotland’s collective spending power to deliver sustainable and inclusive economic growth through the Power of Procurement, this one-day event will bring together over 1,500 key decision makers representing Scotland’s £13.3billion public procurement marketplace, hosting a range of interactive features focused towards delivering outcomes which are Good for Business, Good for Society, Good for Places and Communities, and Open and Connected.
Procurex Scotland provides both buyers and suppliers with a unique opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills, in addition to sharing best practice through the extensive networking, showcase and collaboration opportunities including:
Four main outcomes have been highlighted by Scottish Government as key for delivering a successful procurement function:
- Good for business and their employees
- Good for places and community
- Good for society
- Open and connected
Engagement and collaboration across peers and industry plays a vital role in meeting these procurement outcomes.
The Procurex Scotland hybrid event provides buyers engaged across the Scotland’s prcocurement community with an invaluable opportunity to meet with leading suppliers, who are actively delivering a diverse range of innovative products and services that can support both current and future procurement requirements.
Officially supported by the Procurement Advice and Support Service (PASS), Procurex Scotland also provides a unique platform for buyers to enhance their commercial skills through a range of CPD Certified training sessions, all of which are designed to support the development of procurement skills and capabilities.
Free to attend for the public sector, Procurex Scotland will bring together over 1500 key decision makers and provides a unique platform for networking, collaboration, education and innovation.
Scottish Government have placed businesses and their employees at the heart of their outcomes. The Scottish Government’s recently published annual report on national procurement activity highlighted that 58p in every pound spent with suppliers in Scotland went to an SME showcasing that for Scotland’s public sector, SMEs play a vital role in helping to deliver efficient, effective and affordable public services.
Becoming a government supplier is a great way to make a positive difference to your business. Such companies report an increase in their turnover, higher profits and an expansion of their workforce.
Procurex Scotland is a unique online opportunity for suppliers to engage with Scotland’s buying community in this current climate.
With over 1500 attendees on the day, including representatives from all major buying organisations across Scotland, this is the one public sector event you cannot afford to miss.
In addition to delegate access, ensure that your organisation takes full advantage of the event sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available, designed specifically to showcase your products and services directly to this high-value and diverse marketplace
Venue and Times
Opening Times: 0830 – 1600
The SEC is located at Exhibition Way, Glasgow G3 8YW
The Scottish Event Campus is located just outside Glasgow city centre in the west-end. The campus is accessible by numerous transport options.
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The SEC (Scottish Event Campus) is conveniently situated for motorists, just off the M8 motorway and with plenty of parking.
Leave the M8 at junction 19 and join the westbound Clydeside Expressway (A814). Westbound on the Expressway (A814) take the cut off for the campus. Turn left at traffic lights and take the right lane to access multi-story parking. View a map and directions.
Scotland has an extensive motorway network. Glasgow is linked to Edinburgh by the M8 and England via the M74. The M80 connects Stirling to Glasgow, while the M77 connects us to the west coast of Scotland.
Traffic Scotland provides up to date traffic and roadworks information.
The postcode for your satnav is G3 8YW.
There are more than 20 direct trains per day from London. Direct trains from Edinburgh run every 15 minutes on weekdays.
Scotrail is the main operator in Scotland and has information on the West Highland Line, the North Highland Line and Caledonian Sleepers (overnight trains from Scotland to London). Check ScotRail’s latest timetables or download the ScotRail app by texting ‘ScotRail’ to 86688.
Once in the city centre, the SEC is a three-minute train ride from Glasgow Central. If you arrive at Queen Street, you’ll need to walk or get a bus to Central to continue your journey by train.
The SEC has its own dedicated railway station – Exhibition Centre – allowing easy access from the city centre and suburbs. There are six trains an hour (around every 10 minutes) from Glasgow Central station, departing from Platform 17 (low level).
Glasgow is linked to the National Cycle Network and has designated cycle lanes on many roads.
The SEC is accessible via many cycle lanes and paths including one particularly picturesque route that runs alongside the River Clyde.
For further details visit the Sustrans website.
A covered cycle rack is located in the Scottish Event Campus between the SEC Centre and the SEC Armadillo.
Glasgow is served by three international airports, with connections across the world. There are over 45 flights from London a day.
Glasgow Airport (GLA) serves most major international airlines. It’s located 8 miles (13km) west of the city.
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