The Inclusive Supply Chain project aims to promote social and economic cohesion across London by helping London small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) improve their access to large supply chains.
The programme supports local under-represented small and medium-sized enterprises to become supply chain-ready by building their internal capabilities to meet the procurement criteria of larger businesses. Working with local, regional and national buyers who want to add value to their supply chain, we open up opportunities for smaller businesses to access large buyers and introduce them to new contract opportunities.
The Inclusive Supply Chain project is supported by the Mayor of London and delivered by Newable with support from London South Bank University on behalf of the Greater London Authority.
It is funded by the UK government through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund. The UK Shared Prosperity Fund is a central pillar of the UK government's Levelling Up agenda and will provide £2.6 billion of funding for local investment by March 2025.
Support under the programme is offered to businesses in the following target sectors:
This programme is only available to businesses based in London, registered in the UK and have a minimum of annual sales of £50,000 in the next year.