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Invitation to Tender for Food and Drink Sector Research and Targeting 

You are hereby invited to submit a tender for the above services.

The Invitation to Tender contains Instructions and Information for Tendering, Specification of Requirements, Supplier Questionnaire (including Form of Tender and Pricing Schedule), and MIDAS Contract Conditions.

Tender submissions must be received by 5pm on Wednesday 5th April 2017. 

If you wish to submit a response, you are required to return two hardcopy proposals and one electronic version of your proposal on USB or CD by 29th March 2017. Envelopes should not identify your business in any way and you must clearly display the Tender Label.

Please note that if it is found that there is discrepancy between the hardcopy version and the electronic version, the hard copy version will take precedence.

All submissions are time stamped and any submissions received after this time will not be accepted.

Please be advised that the overall budget for this tender has changed. Please refer to the updated Document A for further details.

If you have any questions about this tender or its process, please email them to: info@midas.org.uk

i) Document A – Tender Notes and Requirements
ii) Document B – Written Tender Response
iii) Document C – Pricing Matrix
iv) Document D – MIDAS Standard Terms and Conditions
v) Document E – Form of Tender
vi) Document F – Questions and Answers
vii) Document G – Tender Return Label


If you have any questions about the Tender submission process, please address them to the contact given in the relevant Tender Document. Subject to funding this programme is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the NW Operational Programme 2014 – 2020.

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