SME Gateway's provides more than a simple post box/gateway, but delivers an organisation focused on Australian Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) and Micros gaining direct access to Government opportunities via major Government panels (over $45 million last year).
We deliver our clients 'value add outcomes' and the SME community opportunity to work together, grow and develop vital Australian capability necessary to support Government and our Industry partners.
For over 15 years SME Gateway has demonstrated our ability to manage and deliver both single and multi-company teams providing quality outcomes and experienced SME personnel to our clients through ‘SME Gateway’.
Our range of Government panels provides Government Agencies and Departments a simple, effective and approved mechanism to gain access to a broad range of Australian SMEs.
Government Panels are an arrangement through which pre-qualified suppliers can provide services to Government. SME Gateway currently has access to 14 major panel and is constantly seeking new Panels and commercial opportunities to help our Members grow.
SME Gateway actively maintains contact with all levels of Government and agencies from ministerial levels to the front line delivery personnel to ensure we are recognised as a key source of SME capability and to promote our SME community.
We are an open organisation constantly seeking 'effective' and 'experienced' Australian SMEs to join us.
We don't compete with members but provide access to panels, potential work opportunities, the strength of co-branded tenders, recognising both your branding and the strength of SME Gateway's resource access, track record and governance. Some benefits of membership:
Equal access to our range of panels and work opportunities through us;
Brand recognition by clients;
Ability to market your capability directly and contract via our panels; and
Security Clearances access through SME Gateway.
Contact our team for more information - 02 6295 7111
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