Sub-contractors versus Consortiums and Joint Ventures

5 reasons why Joint Ventures fail

Joint ventures are collaborative arrangements where two or more businesses decide to collaborate for a common purpose such as bidding for a tender.

There are many examples of successful Joint Ventures, such as  Sony-Ericsson, Virgin Mobile India Limited, Nokia (Siemens AG and Nokia Corp), Cadbury Schweppes PLC Carlyle Group Joint Venture and Chery Jaguar Land Rover Automotive Company. They  are all well-known and are very lucrative. But having a Joint Venture does not guarantee success.

5 rules to remember when bidding through a Joint Venture

By Werner van Rooyen

5 October 2015

www.how2tender.com

If you want to bid for a specific tender and do not have all the necessary skills, recourses, infrastructure or capital you can always look for partners with whom you can join forces through Joint Ventures. A JV can bring you the success you want without being trapped in a never ending partnership or shareholding scenario.

Joint Ventures - important tool in the Tender Process

By Werner van Rooyen

14 September 2015

www.how2tender.com

On 1 May 2015 the Amended B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice came into effect. These Amended Codes have a major impact on the B-BBEE Scores of all businesses that participate in B-BBEE in South Africa. The bottom line is that the B-BBEE scoring levels have changed drastically. If a company does not have any sort of Black Ownership it is going to be very difficult to achieve a decent B-BBEE Score.

Tenders and Joint Ventures

By Werner van Rooyen

www.how2tender.com

14 April 2014

Do not under estimate the power of Joint Ventures because many tenders have been awarded to Joint Ventures and many more tenders will be awarded to Joint Ventures.

8 things you must know about Joint Ventures

By Werner van Rooyen

6 October 2014

One of the most popular types of business arrangements that are being used by South Africans, in the Tender environment, is Joint Ventures. There are eight things that you must know about Joint Ventures:

  1. Definition

A Joint Venture is a strategic cooperation where two or more people and/or companies agree to contribute goods, services and/or capital to a common commercial enterprise for the purpose of a specific tender or request for proposal.

10 Strategies to apply for Joint Ventures Partners

By W van Rooyen

www.how2tender.com 

10 November 2014

Joint Ventures can be very lucrative business relationships. In previous articles about Joint Ventures we have talked about the eight things you must know about Joint Ventures as well as how Tenders and Joint Ventures work.

Today we concentrate on the ten strategies that any entrepreneur should apply when choosing Joint Ventures partners.

10 features of a good Joint Venture Agreement

By W van Rooyen

www.how2tender.com

19 January 2015

A Joint Venture is a good business idea to compete for tenders if one does not have all the necessary expertise that are required for a specific tender. The thing to remember though is that you must have a solid Joint Venture Agreement in place for your Joint Venture. A good, rock solid Joint Venture Agreement will protect the participants to the Joint Venture.

Consortiums versus Joint Ventures

By Werner van Rooyen

16 March 2015

www.how2tender.com

It is common business practice to form a Joint Venture when one responds to a tender, especially if you do not have all the expertise required for the specific tender. But Joint Ventures can be complicated to form and to find the correct partner for the Joint Venture can be challenging. There is an alternative option. You could go into a consortium when responding to a tender.

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Title Closing Date Tender No.
Supply and deliver 30 First Aid Kits 2017-12-19 11:00 GQ12171660
Atlantis Swimming Pool: Repair & service of pumps, motors & gauges. 2017-12-20 09:00 SB11800514
Supply and deliver Wire Aluminium binding wire 4mm 2017-12-19 11:00 SQ12171150
Supply Polymer grids, covers and frames 2017-12-19 15:00 GE11800873
Supply and deliver VALVES 100MM SPIGOT ENDED left hand closing with non rising spindle fitted,CAST IRON wedge gate EPOXY coated,to SPECS CLASS 16(S.A.B.S. 664) 2017-12-19 11:00 SQ12171150
Supply Civil materials 2017-12-14 14:00 GE11800874
Supply: Polymer covers and frames 2017-12-19 14:00 GE11800872
Supply and deliver Tinned Wire Copper 2.0mm,fusewire in 500gram rolls 2017-12-19 11:00 SQ12171150
Supply Sheet metal 2017-12-14 14:00 GE11800871
Supply and deliver Ball Markers Type 1401 (MOQ24).Colour RED only 2017-12-19 11:00 SQ12171150
Supply Clamps 2017-12-19 14:00 GE11800869
Supply Water distribution materials 2017-12-19 14:00 GE11800870
Supply and deliver Joint Troughs c/w Fibre Lid cement flame resistant 2017-12-19 11:00 SQ12171151
Supply: Water distribution materials 2017-12-18 14:00 GE11800868
Supply: Water distribution materials 2017-12-18 14:00 GE11800867
Supply Sand 2017-12-14 14:00 GE11800866
Supply and installation of sluice gates with solid ACME thread spindles to be manufactured usind 316 s/steel plates 6mm thick spindles and guides to be of the same 316 s/steel material 2017-12-19 11:00 CSQ12171197
Printing of Municipal Tabloid 2017-12-19 11:00 CSQ12171197
Supply manhole lock 2017-12-18 14:00 GE11800865
Supply Building material 2017-12-14 14:00 GE11800864

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Functionality and Tenders

In all competitive bids (tenders) you as the bidder will have to respond to Functionality. You will need to score a set minimum number of points, measured as a percentage, on Functionality of a competitive bid (tender) in order to advance to the next phase of evaluation in the tender process.

Usually Organs of State evaluate competitive bids (tenders) as follows:

  • The tender response is evaluated on Functionality where the bidder must score points out of a maximum of 100 points.
  • A threshold of between 65 to 75 out of 100 points... Read More
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