We're a major driver for the local and regional economy, as well as supporting the wider UK economy. We're committed to supporting local business in their post-pandemic recovery. Together, we will create new opportunities associated with our extensive local supply chain.
Our procurement strategy supply chain spending targets businesses based in the region. We're building on the £100 million spent across the region in 2019. Read our Outline Employment, Skills and Business Strategy (OESBS), which details how we propose to work with partners to unlock the benefits of Gatwick for local people.
Are you a regional small and medium sized business that wants to work with us? Regional small and medium-sized enterprise businesses (SMEs located in the RH, BN, CR, KT, TN, GU, PO, SM, ME, CT, BR and DA postcodes) can register their interest in working with us as a supplier and sign up to future newsletters.
Mark, Sales and Marketing lead at Xpress Group: "We’re a printers based on Manor Royal Business Park, beside the airport. We’ve produced work for Gatwick – and a large number of other businesses that rely on the airport - for many years including wayfinding signage, graphics, and point of sale materials for many of the airport retailers.
Being officially registered as a supplier with Gatwick helps to ensure we are well positioned to secure future work from the airport."
Our Procurement team is here to procure goods, services and to develop long term supplier relationships. To support this, we have:
- A procurement policy.
- A form for local business to register their interest
- Annual reviews of our departmental performance and goals.
- A purchase to pay (P2P) process.
- Standard terms and conditions and specific bespoke agreements on which we do business
Standard purchase order terms and conditions
Construction purchase order terms and conditions
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Our support for local business
Our Economic Value report says a strong Gatwick could generate £8.4bn for the South East by 2028. That's the same as 50,000 jobs or 70,000 nurses.