- Contract Management
- Free tools available
- Local Content
- Social Procurement
- People and Training
- Supplier Relationship
Local Content outlines an organisation’s commitment to identifying and engaging local businesses in the regions where you operate. Depending on your industry and country or region of operation, there may be government-mandated requirements for engaging local businesses and workforce.
The developed tools are a policy and procedure sets out general principles for local content only. An effective local content policy and procedure can stimulate local value creation and result in a number of socio-economic benefits (improved economic activity, upskilling the local workforce and building local supply chain capabilities) as well as reducing your costs by sourcing locally (i.e. freight & transport).
Promitheia recommends each organisation contain Local Content Policy and Procedure making this Policy available to all employees, as well as featuring it prominently on your company website (if applicable). If you would like to know more about how to implement Local Content policy and strategies, you can contact Promitheia directly to arrange a one-on-one virtual meeting.
Promitheia recommends reviewing and updating the policy and procedure annually to ensure it remains up to date. Depending on your industry, your organisation may also wish to consider implementing a Local Content Strategy to specifically address how you will meet Local Content commitments.