Free Trial – Consultant Tender Alerts

No business should ignore the opportunity presented by the public sector but smaller businesses and consultancies often find it difficult to get access to this type of project. Skillfair puts even the smallest opportunities straight into your in-box every day to give you the best chance of winning the business.

Register for your FREE trial now and see what’s available.

Public sector bodies have by law to publish tenders if they are worth over about £150,000 and more and more councils, universities, QUANGOs and voluntary sector bodies now publish smaller tenders on their websites. Our check list contains over 800 websites that we check daily to make sure you know as soon as an opportunity comes up.

Skillfair’s tender alert service is specially designed for companies and individuals who provide complex, knowledge based services and solutions. We don’t make you use the complex CPV codes the public sector use and we realise that keywords often return the wrong kind of information – instead we visually check every tender and assign a set of skills to it. All you have to do is select the skills that apply to you and we’ll send you a daily alert of matching opportunities.

If you’re not sure if tendering is for you we’ve put together a step-by-step guide to help you get started and there are case studies about consultants who’ve used tendering successfully as well.

We offer a free  trial that sends you a daily email with any suitable tenders – you just pay £40 ex VAT to access the contact details if there’s something interesting. Or you can join today for £175 for complete access to all alerts and tenders for a year. Comparable tender alert services (for the whole of the UK including European Journal) cost from £200 upwards, although you can get just European Journal alerts for free from

Of course, Skillfair membership includes much more than just tender alerts, so why not register for your free trial now?


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