2018 Reverse Trade Show

 

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Thank you for attending!

November 7, 2018

Mount Saint Vincent University

This show is meant to encourage more small and medium businesses to participate in the public procurement process, and is considered a leading practice across the country. The Reverse Trade Show is the best opportunity available all year for the public sector to introduce themselves to the local business community. Public sector buyers set up exhibits to showcase what we purchase, and suppliers get the chance to go booth to booth showing public sector buyers the types of goods and services they offer. Suppliers truly appreciate being able to put their business cards directly into the hands of those who are part of the buying process.

2018 Reverse Trade Show Exhibitor Guide

2018 Exhibitor List

Partners

Procurement, Department of Internal Services

Public Services and Procurement Canada

 

Business Services

Canada Business Network

Construction Association of Nova Scotia

Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner

Registering with Ariba Discovery

Registering with Tender Opportunity Notification Service (TONS)

 

Public Sector Entities

Annapolis Valley Regional Centre for Education

Building Project Services Division, Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Chignecto-Central Regional Centre for Education

Communications Nova Scotia

Correctional Services, Department of Justice

Defense Construction Canada

Develop Nova Scotia

Halifax Harbor Bridges

Halifax Regional Municipality

Halifax Regional Water Commission

HealthPRO

Information Communication Technology Services, Department of Internal Services

Interuniversity Services Incorporated

Major Infrastructure—QEII New Generation, TIR

Metropolitan Regional Housing Authority

Mount Saint Vincent University

Municipality of the District of East Hants

Nova Scotia Community College

Queen’s Printer, Department of Internal Services


Show Contact

Beth Hartling 902-424-7658 or beth.hartling@novascotia.ca

 

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