Are you a Australian-based company looking to expand into the NZ market? Join us online for insights into NZ procurement process.

NOTE: THIS IS AN ONLINE EVENT AND A ZOOM LINK WILL BE EMAILED TO YOU PRIOR TO THE EVENT

Are you an Australian-based company looking to expand into the New Zealand market? Join us for an exclusive one-hour workshop where you’ll gain valuable insights into the New Zealand government procurement process and discover lucrative business opportunities awaiting you across the Tasman!

Key Highlights

  • Understand the New Zealand Procurement Landscape: Learn about the New Zealand government procurement process, regulations, and key opportunities.
  • Explore High-Demand Sectors: Identify sectors and industries with significant procurement needs, offering promising growth potential for your business.
  • Practical Tips for Success: Receive expert advice on navigating the New Zealand market, establishing partnerships, and winning government contracts.
  • Interactive Q&A Session: Get answers to your burning questions from industry experts and government procurement specialists.

Speakers

Craig Butler, MBIE

Craig Butler is the Head of Advisory and Business Services at New Zealand Government Procurement. Craig’s teams provide hands on support and advice for government agencies to deliver their procurement and commercial projects. With operations, commercial and procurement experience in both the private and public sector Craig enjoys making it easier for businesses to engage with the government. Relationship management and ensuring suppliers and providers are engaged throughout the contract life cycle have been key elements of Craig’s time in public sector procurement.

Charlotte Pottinger, MBIE

Charlotte Pottinger is Manager Business Relationships at New Zealand Government Procurement.

Charlotte’s team looks after NZGP’s Supplier Relationship Management Toolkit and are responsible for assisting government agencies with understanding their contract landscape and improving their supplier relationship management.

The team also works to support suppliers to engage, and work with government agencies.

Prior to her work in the public sector, Charlotte spent twenty years working in the private sector for multiple IT vendors.

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