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NT Newsletter

Details:

Title

NT Newsletter

Other title

ICN (NT) newsletter

Creator

Industry Capability Network Northern Territory

Collection

NT Newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT; NT Newsletter

Date

2012-03-01

Location

Winnellie

Notes

This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.; Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).

Language

English

Subject

Service industries; Manufacturing industries; Periodicals

Publisher name

Industry Capability Network Northern Territory

Place of publication

Winnellie

Series

NT Newsletter

Volume

Newsletter, March 2012

Now known as

Northern Territory Newsletter; ICN : Industry Capability Network newsletter

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Industry Capability Network Northern Territory

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/238251

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/633583

Page content

March 2012 Page 5 NTNewsletter www.icnnt.org.au Register with ICN Gateway At the heart of ICNs services is the ICN Gateway, an online system assisting Australian Businesses find suppliers or identify new business opportunities. ICN Gateway, which is used domestically and internationally, is a connection point for buyers and suppliers looking to build partnerships in Australian and New Zealand industries. Suppliers can search projects and register their companys interest with just a few easy steps. ICN Gateway also helps project managers to manage the supplier registration process for their projects. This powerful online system currently contains over $125 billion worth of projects and more then 50,000 suppliers. ICNs dedicated business consultants search the list of suppliers when a buyer approaches ICN looking for new products and services. Every day ICN receive enquiries from purchasers and project managers looking for local suppliers and service providers. By registering your business on ICN Gateway you make sure that your details are available when there is demand for your product or service. Visit www.icngateway.org.au FAQs What about you? Would your business make a good Showcase company? Well if your company has recently been involved in an EXCITING or INNOCATIVE project or has INCREASED its CAPABILITY in order to broaden your contracting opportunities, we think so! Please contact Elena Tsangari on e. elena.tsangari@icnnt.org.au or call (08) 8922 9422 to discuss. Please Note: inclusion of information in the ICN (NT) newsletter is at the discretion of the ICN (NT). Contributing Showcase company will be contacted and confirmed prior to publication. Company Profile Tips... Did you know you view all of your companies Expressions of Interests by logging into your profile? Visit www.icngateway.org.au Login to your company profile Click View Company EOIs Click View or Edit next to the project headings Review work packages your company has expressed interest in. So we can identify business opportunities for you we ask that you review your details held with ICN every 6-12 months. This ensures that your details are still accurate so you do not miss out! Contact ICN if you encounter difficulties p. 08 8922 9422 or e. admin@icnnt.org.au Q. I am experiencing difficulties with ICN Gateway and keep on getting a script error? A. ICN Gateway has been optimised for Internet Explorer version 8 or above. If you are running IE 8 or above and are still experiencing issues - we recommend you switch to Google Chrome. Q. My company is registered with ICN but I have lost my password? A. Visit www.icngateway.org.au, click Login, enter your email address and click Forgot Password. The system will re-generate a password for you and send it to your email. Q. Im not sure if my company is registered with ICN? A. Call your local ICN on 1300 961 139 Q. We are ICN registered but the person looking after our profile has left the company? A. Call your local ICN on 1300 961 139


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