ExecSpace, a WEConnect International certified women-owned business, has secured sole supplier status for Conference and Meeting Venues Bookings under the Scottish Procurement Multi-lot Travel Services Framework Agreement. This Scottish Procurement deal builds on strong 2015 for fast-growing venue finding and accommodation agency
Following a competitive tender process, ExecSpace, the Edinburgh based venue finding and accommodation provider for the commercial and public sectors, has secured sole supplier status for Conference and Meeting Venues Bookings under the Scottish Procurement Multi-lot Travel Services Framework Agreement.
The appointment to the ‘Lot 3 - Conference and Meeting Venue Bookings of the Scottish Procurement Multi-lot Travel Services’ Framework Agreement will run alongside the ‘Scottish Procurement Travel Services: One Stop’ Framework Agreement. Both Framework Agreements are open to the Scottish Public Sector, with the exception of the NHS, and commenced on 1st September 2015.
ExecSpace CEO and Founder, Emma Little, said:
“The Scottish Procurement framework is potentially transformational for ExecSpace and builds on a strong 2015 for the business during which we have bolstered the team with a number of business wins and key hires. The fact that we received this appointment in the face of a competitive tender process against a number of bigger industry players speaks volumes to the progress of the business in recent times.”
Founded by CEO Emma Little in 2008, ExecSpace provides venue finding and accommodation services to over 200 organisations including Standard Life, Aegon and Royal London. With a team of 17 working across offices in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and London, the business is forecasting revenues in the region of £6 million for 2015. Pictured are Emma Little and Operations Director, Danny Cockton.