The French Connection: public sector demand in France
In this article we’ll be looking at France’s public sector demand over the past 5 years to see what the largest categories are. From our data, the top 21 types of tenders coming from France over the past 5 years were as follows:
Construction work, as with many other European countries, features prominently. Other recurring tender types include architectural services and insurance.
By drilling down into tenders relating to architecture and architectural services, we can see that there is a recovery from what appears to have been a slight decline. From the lowest point in Q4 2018, architectural services based tenders now appears to be picking up.
This means that now is a good time to bid on architectural services. You can find them on our OpenOpps database: https://openopps.com/.
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