The South and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce has welcomed Bloom Procurement as a Corporate Partner.
Bloom specialise in procurement for the public sector, providing an OJEU compliant managed procurement service covering specification development, supplier identification, onboarding, full contract management and lessons learned upon the successful delivery of outcomes.
Working across the UK, Bloom offer a dynamic supply chain, providing the public sector with an open access marketplace of an ever-growing, pre-approved network of suppliers to deliver quality outcomes.
The partnership with South and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce sees Bloom join an exclusive group that shares a special relationship with the Chamber. The organisation collaborates closely with its Corporate Partners to provide resources to the Welsh business community and support economic growth.
Bloom will share their expertise with Welsh businesses and network with members to offer exciting new supply chain opportunities for the public sector across the UK.
Paul Mander, Chief Procurement Officer at Bloom Procurement said: “We are delighted to be partnering with the South Wales Chamber of Commerce to engage more widely with suppliers in the area and gain a real understanding of the breadth of skills and knowledge which the public sector could benefit from.
“If you are a supplier of professional services across any category and want to do business with the public sector in Wales or the UK, then Bloom can help.”
Heather Anstey, Chief Executive of South and Mid Wales Chamber of Commerce, adds “We are delighted to welcome Bloom to the Chamber. This partnership demonstrates their commitment to drive Welsh business forward, providing our members with opportunities to connect with the public sector and export into new markets in England and Scotland.”