|Date: 22 Oct 2014
||CPD Points: 1
Formal EU procurement procedures apply when tendering for work from public bodies, but similar processes are increasingly finding their way into private sector tendering, often with adverse consequences for tenderers. This seminar will explain the typical EU procurement procedures used in the marketing sector and look at how these procedures are applied in a private sector context, including insights into how advertisers and agencies may find common ground when seeking to establish a mutual understanding of the performance metrics in the procurement contracts that underpin the tender. We will also review some of the key changes to EU procurement law that are expected in the next couple of years and how those changes may help simplify procedures.
Area of law: Academies, Construction, Real Estate, Real Estate & Development, Procurement
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