Improving your Gateway experience

16 March 2017

Improving your Gateway experience

ICN Gateway is more than a project directory, when used properly it is a powerful business marketing tool.

The most important step once you sign up to Gateway is to create a company profile. Your company profile is your resume, it gives a snapshot of your business that sells the benefits of your products and/or services as well as your organisational strengths. Simply, the better your profile the better the information displayed to project owners and procurement managers, so it’s important you know how to use ICN Gateway.

There are two important steps to ensure your profile stands out:

1.       Make sure you complete all sections. The more our consultants know about your company, the easier it is for us to match you with major projects

2.       Focus on what is important. The first sentence of your company summary should tell a story and reflect core capabilities.

Once you have your profile set up it’s time to get Gateway to work for you.

Find the jobs that suit you

Setting up email notifications in ICN Gateway is the simplest way to stay up-to-date with project opportunities, news and events. With a wide range of areas and industry sectors to select from, we’ll make sure you hear about specific work package opportunities of interest to you and save you time spent on searching for projects.

Getting the work packages you are interested in is simple - select the regions and sectors that you are interested in. All new work packages and job opportunities listed on ICN Gateway are compiled each night and if there are work packages listed that meet your criteria we will send you an email in the morning.

Put your hand up

If you see a project you think your company could contribute to, you can submit an expression of interest. This tells us that your company has the capability to do the work and that you want to be assessed.

Set up your Capability Statement

Be Compelling and Premium subscribers can easily generate a professionally designed capability statement that helps you promote your company's products and services, key strengths, clients, and much more.

Your capability statement can be published directly to your public profile so when someone clicks on your profile they have access to a professional looking flyer which summarises your core business. You can also use your capability statement as a marketing tool a marketing tool to accompany any tender or expression of interest.

It takes the information on your profile, meaning it is quick and easy to produce with just a few clicks.

Where can I get more information?

We have guides available to help you complete your company profile, lodge an EOI, create a capability statement and for our Premium subscribers, a user guide to help you design a company profile that increases the number of times your company returns in public searches on ICN Gateway.

Go to gateway.icn.org.au to find out more.
 

 

 

Other news in this issue

 

History making gas project for WA & SA

ICN WA and ICN SA are both working with Chevron Australia Pty Ltd in a collaborative agreement to advertise opportunities on its Gorgon Stage 2 (GS2) and Great Australian Bight (GAB) Projects. Read more

 
 

Local suppliers tap into major road project

Queensland companies have secured more than $157m worth of business as part of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC). Read more

 
 
 

ICN Victoria supports industry 

As part of its commitment to provide Victorian SMEs with the tools they need to win more project work, ICN Victoria is providing a range of workshops and training sessions aimed at local industry keen to capitalise on opportunities. Read more

 
 

ICN Victoria launches Monitoring and Reporting Service 

ICN Victoria has made it easier to for lead contractors to manage a project’s local content commitments under the Victorian Industry Participation Policy (VIPP). Read more

 
 

Achieve business success through capability and viability

Data Analytics Company and ICN Partner VEDA, has rebranded to Equifax in Australia and New Zealand in a seamless move that will not affect current services. Read more

 
 

Thinking outside the square to deliver local opportunities

When Lismore Council in Northern New South Wales teamed up with ICN to use Gateway to deliver a ‘buy local’ procurement partnering project between council, Northern NSW Local Health District and University Centre for Rural Health it was a great success. Read more

 

 

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