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Promoting Entrepreneurship In Less Advantaged Communities

Welsh Government - Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom

Award notice

The Welsh Government is looking to create 5 pilot projects to run pan wales, which will operate for 2 years. The projects are to be delivered in the heart of the community and enable individuals to explore how self-employment can benefit and affect their lives; this in turn will assist individuals to generate and develop workable business ideas, overcome barriers and develop transferable skills that will be relevant should they choose an alternative route. Successful bidders will need to identify and engage with disadvantaged...

Contract detail

Contract status Award notice - awarded
Contract can renew No
Contract type Services
Contract sectors
  • Legal services
  • Accounting, auditing and fiscal services
  • Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security
  • Market and economic research; polling and statistics
  • Business and management consultancy and related services
Contract location
  • Wales
Contract has EU funding No
Contract notice published 7 February 2019
Contract tender deadline -
Contract start 7 February 2019
Contract end

4 February 2023

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Contract duration
Contract value awarded
Contract awarded 5 February 2019
Opportunity analysis
Welsh Government
Supplier Name City Region Country Sme Awarded Value
Association of Voluntary Organisations In Wrexham Wales Wales Yes £158K
Antur Teifi Limited Newcastle Emlyn Wales United Kingdom No £160K
Gower College Swansea Swansea Wales United Kingdom No £156K
Menter Môn Cyf Porthmadog Wales United Kingdom No £158K
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