Why issue a Request for Service – RFS?

The complexity of your project or your company’s internal procedures may require that sizeable projects are put out to tender. This is where you solicit a formal request to perform a service at a fixed price. Government agencies or other entities may be required to issue an RFS (often called an RFP) for providing full and open competition to drive down the cost of a solution.

 

Issuing an RFS will benefit your organization as you may receive competitive bids from many suitable service providers from across the globe who have differing price structures and diverse perspectives.

Exporters

Free

There is no cost to post an RFS.

 

Easy 

Skip the hassle of trying to find a suitable service provider in your specific industry or country – let suitable companies come to you.

 

Reach

Your RFS will be promoted to a worldwide audience.

 

Fast 

Instant notifications are sent to suitable service providers and your RFS will get added to our ‘opportunities’ section – searched by thousands of companies daily.

 

Notifications Verified

See reviews on responding companies and contact the actual reviewer.  Additionally, we work with over 3000 trade associations, chambers of commerce and government agencies around the world. You can easily see which association your responder belongs to and check their credentials.

Service Providers

Free

There is no cost to view or respond to an RFS.

 

Easy 

Finding new business opportunities is time consuming and difficult.  Skip this hassle and easily locate good prospects in your field of expertise.  Great opportunities come to you.

 

Reach

Your company can locate suitable opportunities worldwide.

 

Fast 

Instant notifications are sent to suitable service providers and you can also view the ‘opportunities’ section of GBSGuide.

 

Notifications Verified

Over 3000 professional organizations and government agencies can post RFS’s on our website – monitoring which ones are of interest and which come from reputable sources is tough. GBSGuide gives you the information and connections to make this task much easier.

What is a 'Request For Service - RFS'?
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Why should exporters issue an RFS?
How do I find out about new RFS's?
Is there any cost to issue an RFS?
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