United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM) is the vendor database for companies interested in doing business with one or more of the 26 United Nations’ organizations and agencies.

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 Session I – How to do business with the UN:

  • UN procurement system & presentations on UN business opportunities
  • United Nations Market characteristics
  • UN procurement procedures, agencies procurement needs & requirements
  • How to successfully approach the UN market

 Session II – About UNGM (‘United Nations Global Marketplace’):

  • Introduction to the UNGM platform
  • UNGM registration process required by UN
  • Business opportunities, Knowledge Center, Tender notification system
  • Q & A

 

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Ana Penil , UNGM Programme Analyst (Denmark)

Ana Penil is the Programme Analyst at the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM at www.ungm.org ), which is the vendor database for companies interested in doing business with one or more of the 26 United Nations’ organizations or agencies which uses UNGM as their vendor database.

Ana is the Product Owner for UNGM responsible of the interface with the ICT development team. She coordinates the helpdesk support services to ensure a consistent and equitable provision of services with a client.

During the past years she has established solid working relationship with UN Organisations and different stakeholders to ensure timely, effective and accurate coordination of services, including system integration, integrated system maintenance and system functionalities.

Her in-depth knowledge has led her to represent UNGM and provided assistance and information to companies at business seminars, exhibitions and workshops in different countries.

Ana holds a Master’s degree in Business Management as well as a Bachelor degree in Humanities and Communication.

Suzan

Susan Struck, UN GM Programme Specialist (Denmark)

Susan Struck is the Programme Specialist at the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM at www.ungm.org ), which is the vendor database for companies interested in doing business with one or more of the 26 United Nations’ organizations or agencies which uses UNGM as their vendor database.

Susan has 13 years of procurement-related experience with various UN organizations. She has represented UNGM and provided assistance and information to companies at business seminars, exhibitions and workshops all over the world. Her in-depth knowledge and understanding of the procurement practices of UN organizations and agencies in general enables her to guide companies to complete their UNGM registration, consider their marketing approach and gain a better understanding of what is required to turn a business opportunity into a mutually beneficial contract award or long-term agreement.

Susan holds a degree in Communication as well as a diploma in Procurement and Supply.