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MARION RICHARDS OPENS DOORS AT THE NHS

MARION RICHARDS OPENS DOORS AT THE NHS

Marion Richards are delighted to announce that all 23 recruitment agencies that they represented during the tender process have been successful in being awarded a place on the NHS PaSA / Buying Solutions Framework for the supply on non medical staff to the NHS.
There are currently numerous opportunities for SME recruitment businesses in both the private and public sectors that can only be accessed following a competitive tender process.
Due to reasons of compliance, quality control and supplier management, many organisations appoint Preferred Suppliers following an onerous and costly procurement exercise. It is a process that many small and medium recruitment businesses shy away from or have neither the resource nor the expertise to undertake and can therefore miss out on a valuable, measurable income stream.
Marion Richards was established to assist SME recruitment businesses through the tender process. The founders, Richard Marlin & Marion Adams have many years industry experience, which means that they understand the recruitment cycle and process and are up to date with all current legislation affecting the industry. For the last 10 years they have both been in bid / tender management roles while being employed by companies such as Brook Street, Select Appointments, Select Accountancy, Carlisle Staffing Solutions, Reed, Nigel Lynn Associates & Angela Mortimer.
Richard commented We are obviously delighted for our clients, as this will mean a substantial increase in revenue for them, in this difficult trading period. It also demonstrates that with our knowledge and expertise, we can get agencies through the arduous tender process. It is also encouraging to see that more Public Sector organisations are engaging with smaller recruitment agencies as they are beginning to realise that these agencies are much more service driven.
Richard added that SMEs continue to face a number of hurdles when trying to win public sector contracts. A report, published by the British Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (BVCA), the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), concludes that improving access to government contracts could benefit the wider business community. Chancellor Alistair Darling unveiled plans to push 30% of public sector deals through smaller companies within five years.

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