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Do business with the United Nations Procurement Division (UNPD)

Do business with the United Nations Procurement Division (UNPD)

We’re organising a webinar on the business opportunities available with the United Nations Procurement Division (UNPD) on Thursday 25 February, from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm. The webinar will help you become familiar with the organisation’s procurement policy and purchasing process. It’s an event not to be missed if you want to be a supplier or benefit from potential commercial opportunities with the UN!

UNPD provides specialised purchasing services and commercial advice at United Nations headquarters, to peacekeeping missions around the world and to other United Nations agencies.

Get the information you need to create business opportunities

How should you position yourself? What does the UNDP purchase? What are the amounts, buyer profiles, commercial opportunities, etc.? For an hour each, two experts, Joscha Kremers (Chief, Aviation Transportation & Logistics Section at the UNPD) and Baptiste Danjou (Procurement Officer at the UNPD), will answer your questions and share general information about the needs of the Organisation. Individual meetings will tentatively be scheduled for next 3 March.

Practical information

  • The teams link will be sent to you after you register
  • Seminar language: English
  • To schedule an individual meeting with the UNPD, please send us a five-to-eight-line description of your company.
  • In the meantime, we recommend that you register your company on UNGM(the United Nations database for goods and services purchasing). Only registered suppliers are considered for contracts. Companies that want to offer goods or services to UN institutions, must first complete a public tender procedure.

Programme

3:30 pm – 3:35 pm: Introduction 

3:35 pm – 4:20 pm: Doing Business with the UN by Mr Joscha Kremers 

4:20 pm – 4:30 pm: Q&A session

4:30 pm – 5:10 pm: The Tender Process by Mr Baptiste Danjou 

5:10 pm – 5:20 pm: Success Story – Benjamin Denef (DMOA Architects) on UNGM & experience with Private Partnership department of the UNHCR

5:20 pm – 5:30 pm: Q&A session

End

Priority sectors

  • Air transport services
  • Chemicals and petroleum products
  • Food and hospitality
  • Prefabricated buildings
  • Vehicles, spare parts and transport equipment
  • Electronic data processing equipment and maintenance
  • Telecommunications equipment and services
  • Architecture, engineering and construction services
  • Freight shipping and delivery
  • Air conditioning, heating and plumbing
  • Building management and maintenance
  • Security and safety equipment and services

Questions? Contact Paul and Olivier!

Paul Soupaya

Assistant to the ECA of the Brussels Region in charge of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

T. +32 2 800 40 46
M. +32 492 13 59 20

psoupaya@hub.brussels

Olivier Costa (BRU)

Economic and commercial attaché | European Institutions and International Organisations

+32 2 233 03 56

Rue Belliard 65,
1040 Brussels
Belgium

brussels@hub.brussels
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