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Are you a supplier looking to promote your business services and access tenders from multiple buyers? The ZamB2B platform invites you to a free workshop to learn how you can register your business and start making critical market linkages!

Since its launch in early 2019, the ZamB2B has registered 89 suppliers and 10 buyers, and has seen 12 contracts uploaded worth $100,000m with 3 contracts being won by indigenous Zambian SMEs. The ZamB2B platform is designed to help Zambian businesses from across multiple sectors promote their products and services to a wider international market.

Benefits to your company:

  • Promote your company to a range of international and domestic buyers across sectors
  • Access tenders from multiple buyers across sectors
  • Reduce the time, effort and cost of pre-qualification by putting into one place the key details about your company that buyers repeatedly ask for
  • Access the online "Resource Center that provides practical guides on how to gain a competitive advantage for your business
  • Access discounted accounting software, ISO/EHS certificates, Insurance packages
  • Apply for business skills training that can help your company become more internationally competitive, successfully tender for contracts and grow
  • Give and receive feedback from buyers on your experience of working with them
  • Invitations to exclusive ZamB2B member networking events and buyer/supplier forums

NB: To register as a ZamB2B supplier you are expected to pay an annual membership fee of K500.00

The ZamB2B is run by Invest in Africa (on behalf of PEP Zambia). To know more about the ZamB2B, kindly visit the link below. Please confirm your participation with ZamB2B by contacting them using the details below.

14 Aug 09:00
Mulungushi Conference Centre, Room 3, Ground floor
+260 961 978682
Suppliers workshop
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Funded by the UK Government's Department for International Development (DFID), the Private Enterprise Programme-Zambia (PEP-Z) is a £14 million, five-year initiative that began in 2014 and runs until 2019. This project is being implemented by Nathan Associates London with an aim to create jobs and contribute to the diversification of the economy. PEP-Z is best known in Zambia for its Nyamuka business plan competition for start-up businesses.
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