3 Ways to Share the Vendor Roadmap
Here are four sample tweets using hashtag #VendorRoadmap
- Follow these 6 steps to become a City registered vendor using the #VendorRoadmap: http://comptroller.nyc.gov/vendorroadmap.
- Want a contract with the City? Use Scott M. Stringer’s #VendorRoadmap as a guideline: http://comptroller.nyc.gov/vendorroadmap
- Which contracts are you eligible for? Follow the #VendorRoadmap for more information: http://comptroller.nyc.gov/vendorroadmap
- Where do you go to learn how to do business with NYC? Scott M. Stringer’s #VendorRoadmap:http://comptroller.nyc.gov/vendorroadmap
Add a blurb like this one to your newsletter:
Follow 6 steps to do business with the City! The New York City Comptroller’s Office launched Vendor Roadmap, a “one stop” guide to City contracting. Vendor Roadmap provides businesses with the information essential to make smart decisions about where to go and what to do in order to sell to the City, which procured more than $20 billion in goods, services, and construction last fiscal year.
I invite you to visit comptroller.nyc.gov/vendorroadmap today, and share this information with your community.
Send the email to your members:
I am writing to share an exciting new website that provides a “one-stop shop” for first-time vendors to do business with the City.
Recently, the New York City Comptroller’s Office launched Vendor Roadmap. This website provides businesses with the information essential to make smart decisions about where to go and what to do in order to sell to the City, which procured more than $20 billion in goods, services, and construction last fiscal year.
This innovative tool prepares business owners for entering the public sector market and provides resources each step of the way. Visitors are encouraged to consider different ways to engage with the City: by competing for prime contracts, networking with other firms to obtain subcontracting work, navigating procurement plans to actively seek City contracts, or visiting the City Record to identify opportunities as they are announced. Additionally, visitors can learn about the City’s Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) and Emerging Business Enterprise (EBE) programs, vendor assistance, and opportunities for pre-qualification and how they may be relevant to your business.
I encourage you to visit Vendor Roadmap and share this information with your community.