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How can SMEs Access Public Contracts ?

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Venue16 Institut des Finances - Bassil Fuleihan , Adlieh, Lebanon

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Institut des Finances - Bassil Fuleihan

Institute des Finance, Corniche du fleuve
Adlieh, Lebanon

Directions

Institut des Finances - Bassil Fuleihan : Institut des Finances - Bassil Fuleihan Building, 512 Corniche du Fleuve, Beirut, Lebanon: 1. Coming from Sin el Fil, heading towards Adlieh Square, before the square (in front of Auto shine) do the U turn to go back to sin el fil, it's the 2nd building to your right 2. Coming from Adlieh Square, heading towards sin el Fil , right after the rondabout, the 2nd building to your right Parking options near the Institut des Finances - Bassil Fuleihan : 1. On the park meters on the side of the road before and after the Building 2. In the parking available next to Auto Shine on the adlieh Roundabout 3. In the parking of Key Hotel, after the Institute first bifurcation at right
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Description

Are you an Entrepreneur running a small or medium sized business and interested in growing your business by accessing the public sector? Do you need to enhance your knowledge in accessing, bidding and preparing a proposal for public contracts?

Register to the special BLC Bank and We intiative Business Power Session, organized in collaboration with the Institut of Finance Bassil Fuleihan on February 11, 2017

This workshop will allow you to :

  • Get advantage of the opportunities created through public contracts
  • Understand the participation conditions and its particularities
  • Understand how to prepare a winning offer
  • Know the rights and duties of the company that wants to deal with the public sector
  • Understand how to deal in a professional manner with the public purchasing entity

This session will be delivered in ARABIC

Schedule :

9:00-9:30

افتتاح البرنامج:

كلمة ترحيب من قبل المنظمين

توقعات المشاركين

9:30-11:00

لماذا يجب أن تهتمّ المؤسسات الصغيرة والمتوسطة بالصفقات العامة؟

ما هو الشراء العام

من هي الجهات الحكومية الشارية؟

ماذا تشتري الدولة؟

كيف تشتري الدولة؟

11:00-11:30

استراحة

11:30-13:00

كيف تشارك في الصفقات العامة؟

كيف تحصل على المعلومات عن الفرص المتوفرة؟

كيف تُعدّ عرضاً ناجحاً؟

ما هي موجبات المؤسسات الرابحة؟


Speaker Biography:

Rana Rizkallah Fares

Rana Rizkallah Fares is in charge of Procurement and Institutional Development at the Institut des Finances Basil Fuleihan since 2010. Prior to joining the Institute, she was involved in complex IT solutions and has worked with the Hewlett-Packard group in Lebanon, after which she has headed the IT department at Lebanese Ministry of Industry for more than 10 years. Since she joined the Institute, Rana has been working and training on Public Procurement related issues, including Sustainable Public Procurement, in addition to other internal development projects.

Rana Rizkallah Fares holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Computer from Saint-Joseph University in Beirut and an Executive MBA in Corporate Management from Dauphine University in Paris and Saint-Joseph University in Beirut. She can be contacted at : +961 1 425147 ext.311 or ranarizkal@finance.gov.lb


Organizer

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BLC Bank is focused on its vision of becoming a Bank of reference and is actively involved in financing economic sectors which have a lasting effect on national growth and sustainable development. Thus, the Bank is committed to SMEs, Women, Green Initiatives and innovative technology.

Within its commitment to SMEs, BLC Bank launched the SME Business Solutions, a program that provides tools, resources and opportunities for SMEs to develop. In this scope, BLC Bank created the “SME Academy” and launched the lebanon.smetoolkit.org.

Within this context, BLC Bank honors entrepreneurs who have achieved significant success in the region through the Brilliant Lebanese Awards, for the 3rd consecutive year in 2014.

Moreover, BLC Bank reaffirmed its position as a leader in the women’s segment through the We Initiative (www.we-initiative.com) which offers financial and non-financial services, ranging from learning and development to market exposure, networking & mentoring.

As a responsible corporate citizen, BLC Bank is dedicated to its employees, clients, community and the environment through a broad CSR “Boomerang” program.

Finally, as a pioneer in innovation, BLC Bank launched HEY! a revolutionary mobile payment solution. Designed with both the merchant and the user in mind, HEY! is the fastest, simplest, safest and most cost-effective way to pay, get paid and transfer money.

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