Tendering and procurement company, Hudson Procurement Group, are proud to announce that they have been nominated for no less than three Best New Business Awards. The categories include; Service Industry Business of the Year and Business Innovation. This is due to the impending launch of Tender VLE, the UK’s first free tendering and procurement masterclass platform. Growth Director, Jill Hudson, has also been nominated for Woman of the Year.
“We’re delighted to have been shortlisted for these awards and to be recognised on a national playing field for the work we’re doing in tendering and procurement”
“Summer 2018 see’s us opening our first international office in America, so winning these awards would give us additional backing to support with developing an international quality assured footprint” said Jill Hudson, Growth Director and nominee.
Alongside this success, the company continues to grow rapidly, doubling both turnover and staff intake during the first two years of trading.
Hudson Procurement Group is a Durham based business and the parent company to twenty other platforms, each dedicated to sector-specific, tendering and procurement opportunities.
“In the first two years of business we’ve seen significant growth. Growing from an original team of three to our existing 15 strong team. Our head office in Durham will also expand in May when we move into larger premises allowing us to grow to 40 staff.” Added John Hudson, Group CEO.
Hudson Procurement Group operates with four key strands in mind – Discover, Succeed, Procure and Invest. Discover referring to the group’s multiple opportunity portals, including Creative Tenders and Technology Tenders. Succeed involves writing the bids, for this stage the group offers their Tender Consultants service. Procure caters to buyers seeking suppliers.
The Procure Consult service supports buyers in helping them to attract a provider. Invest is part of the company’s long-term vision. Finally, Spend Trends will forecast procurement and economic spend on an international level, allowing the group to achieve their billion-pound goal.