“Become a G-Cloud success” think piece series
A bit more info on our upcoming think piece series. Coming out in January!
We are excited to announce our partnership with Lindsay Smith from GCloudSales.UK and the release of our think piece series on what it takes to become a G-Cloud winner.
With G-Cloud 9 coming out in March 2017 we thought this would be a brilliant opportunity to share with you some very valuable insights into what makes a supplier successful on this groundbreaking framework. From January 2017 you will be able to access exclusive content that will help you understand why you might not be among the 8% of vendors selling £100K+ on the Digital Marketplace. And, more importantly, how you can change this!
The series condenses the insights from G-Cloud Success, Analysed; Failure Explained. This 118-page report detailed the research Lindsay did in the first half of 2016 into successful selling on G-Cloud. The research focused on SaaS suppliers listed since G-Cloud 6. However, most of the findings will be directly relevant to suppliers on the other G-Cloud lots too.
The first two think piece reports will be released in their entirety on this website. After that you will be able to register to access the next 11 installments. Worth it and spam free, promise!
Lindsay and our MD Chris Farthing have a long history of working together, starting with Eurocloud’s G-Cloud SIG. Their extensive combined experience guarantees a 360 view of this somewhat peculiar market. They are the experts! Our sponsorship of this series reflects our commitment to the digital marketplace and to making it a success for buyers, suppliers, and ultimately the UK citizen.
We specialise in getting SMEs listed on the Digital Marketplace and in a position to sell successfully. We’re here if you need any support with your G-Cloud 9 application or with optimising your listing. So get ahead of your competition before G-Cloud 9 opens and drop us an email for your free consultation.
Whether or not you use our services, we would like to take this opportunity to wish you the best of luck for success on G-Cloud 9 – although I do hope that this research from GCloudSales.UK will show you just how little luck is actually involved.
As there has been with every new iteration of G-Cloud, there will be some changes to G-Cloud 9 based on feedback from users and vendors. We’ll be monitoring these closely and assessing for ourselves what they will mean for you as a vendor.
Keep an eye on this space and our Twitter and LinkedIn for more news on this and our think piece series kick off in January! Or if you already know you want to access it and you would like us to email you once released, drop us a line.