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TenderSoko Makes it easier to apply for Tenders by listing all open Tenders online

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Applying for tenders in Kenya has been a difficult process for a long time. The first step of bidding for a tender is usually knowing or finding the exact tender you are interested in. Most people would look at newspapers when searching for tenders but this process can be confusing and time consuming. This is what a new company by the name of TenderSoko  hopes to simplify with it website http://tendersoko.com/. According to the company, the website will be used..

i)  As a platform for anyone around the world to view daily tenders from Kenya.

ii)   To help businesses receive information concerning tenders in due time.

iii)    A public platform where businesses can view archived tenders.

The company’s website is easy to use and tenders are listed in a clean and simple way to make it easier for users to select the ones they want to view more information. TenderSoko lists tenders from private businesses, publicly listed companies, Non Governmental Organizations (NGO), Institutions, Parastatals, County Governments & the National Government. This means that you can literally get any tender that is open in Kenya with just one click.

When I first saw http://tendersoko.com I was really excited. It simplifies everything and is 1000 times better that viewing the tenders on a newspaper. The idea of aggregating tenders from different companies and organizations into one place saves bidders time and effort that they can use to do other things. The fact that very few people read newspapers these days makes this idea perfect at this particular time.

Each of the listed tenders has all the information you will need to apply. The website is updated on a daily basis meaning that you can always come back another day if you do not find a tender that excites you.

The company’s goal is to ensure youth companies, women enterprises, private & public businesses, large scale companies and the Kenyan business community benefit.


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