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Log on to Olympic business

16 January 2008

London 2012 has launched the ‘London 2012 Business Network’, that will help companies compete for London Olympic Games' business opportunities direct with London 2012 or with suppliers in its supply chain.

The London 2012 Business Network consists of :
- Information: on London 2012 business opportunities including policies and guidelines
- Events: national programme of business events run by London 2012
- CompeteFor: an online resource that gives access to London 2012 related business opportunities

Registering for 'CompeteFor' gives access to many potential London 2012 opportunities that specifically suit your business.The Network is accessed through www.london2012.com/business. ‘CompeteFor’ is a business ‘dating agency’ that will match companies to thousands of opportunities supplying London 2012 contractors. Up to a fifth of London 2012 supply chain opportunities are expected to go through the CompeteFor system. The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) and the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Ltd (LOCOG) will advertise their direct contract opportunities online through CompeteFor and direct London 2012 contractors appointed will be encouraged to advertise their supply chain opportunities through the system. For example the Olympic Stadium construction contractor ‘Team Stadium’ has opened the service with an advert for their site accommodation cleaning contract.

Companies at every level of the London 2012 supply chain are encouraged to advertise their supplier opportunities through CompeteFor. . By registering on the CompeteFor service, organisations will automatically receive news of future tender opportunities from tier 2 suppliers or below.





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