Yesterday I posted a photo of our friend, El Presidente Patrick Lee-Lo, his new travelling sidekick Lillian Small and the BSC king-pin Bob King over in New York.
Despite the short week with many taking an extra few dayâ€™s leave, the post resulted in the following being sent into the tip-line.
I have read with interest your ongoing blog posts about the Building Service Contractors New Zealand and their preferred position for government tenders. As a small company in the service sector, it appalls me that the National Government has allowed this situation to continue.
Iâ€™m keen to grow my business and would like to apply for government tenders, but as a small business I do not want to have to fork over hard-earned revenue to an organisation (BSCNZ) that, in my view, offers very little to me or my company.
I was very interested to see the Government undertake a review of the BSCNZ membership requirement, and hoped that small NZ companies like mine would have an equal opportunity to win new business by way of government contracts.
To see the BSCNZ managers fly around the world, secure in the knowledge they have government contracts all tucked up for their paid-up memberâ€™s benefit, is nothing but offensive to those who want to stand on the merits of their own work and service offering. Â Read more »