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Defence Opportunities for SMEs working with Primes

with John Kite, Head of Strategic Supplier Management at the Ministry of Defence

Tuesday 11th June 2pm 

In today’s rapidly evolving landscape, effective engagement within the defence supply chain is paramount for success. The Ministry of Defence has recently revealed that their spending with UK industry has exceeded £25 billion, marking a significant milestone. This amount is expected to rise further as the Government aims to boost defence spending to 2.5% of GDP, totalling £87 billion annually by 2030.

This free webinar features exclusive insights from John Kite, Head of Strategic Supplier Management at the Ministry of Defence that will be invaluable for anyone involved in defence supply chain management.

This is an opportunity to hear first-hand about the opportunities available to suppliers within the defence marketplace, how the Ministry of Defence is bolstering its relationship with suppliers, the diverse needs of the Ministry of Defence and why this means opportunities for all types of business and what the extra defence spend will mean for the sector. John’s insights will be supported by data-driven insights from the DCI business intelligence platform – with detail of live opportunities to participate and a view of future spending trends.

It’s an invaluable opportunity to become a better informed and more competitive supplier.

By attending you will:

• Understand the vast opportunities within the defence sector for all types of companies.
• Identify ways in which your organisation can win business both at home and internationally
• Gain actionable insight into the latest spending trends across MOD procurement
• Identify relevant opportunities available now

Register Today!

 

In today’s rapidly evolving landscape, effective engagement within the defence supply chain is paramount for success. The Ministry of Defence has recently revealed that their spending with UK industry has exceeded £25 billion, marking a significant milestone. This amount is expected to rise further as the Government aims to boost defence spending to 2.5% of GDP, totalling £87 billion annually by 2030.

This free webinar features exclusive insights from John Kite, Head of Strategic Supplier Management at the Ministry of Defence that will be invaluable for anyone involved in defence supply chain management.

This is an opportunity to hear first-hand about the opportunities available to suppliers within the defence marketplace, how the Ministry of Defence is bolstering its relationship with suppliers, the diverse needs of the Ministry of Defence and why this means opportunities for all types of business and what the extra defence spend will mean for the sector. John’s insights will be supported by data-driven insights from the DCI business intelligence platform – with detail of live opportunities to participate and a view of future spending trends.

It’s an invaluable opportunity to become a better informed and more competitive supplier.

By attending you will:

• Understand the vast opportunities within the defence sector for all types of companies.
• Identify ways in which your organisation can win business both at home and internationally
• Gain actionable insight into the latest spending trends across MOD procurement
• Identify relevant opportunities available now

Register Today!

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