Macau, June 24, 2016 – Wynn Resorts (Macau), S.A is partnering with the Macao Chamber of Commerce to organize the “2016 Second Quarter Wynn Local SME Procurement Partnership Meeting – Facilities Session” on July 11, 2016 (Monday) from 11am to 6pm at the Grand Ballroom of Wynn Macau. The “Second Quarter Wynn Local SME Procurement Partnership Meeting” will focus on “Facilities”, a major procurement category. Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) that run related business can participate in the event by contacting Ms. Sammi Tam at +853 8986 5403 on or before July 1, 2016 (Friday). The registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.
The second quarter procurement partnership meeting will focus on the facilities category and suppliers of the below are cordially invited to send representatives to attend the meeting:
1. Carpentry and Painting Supplies
2. Construction Materials
4. Furniture Upholstery/ Refurbishment
5. Hardware and Tools
6. Lighting Supplies
7. Safety Supplies
8. Equipment Spare Parts
9. Testing Equipment
10. Facility Service
In order to support the policy of the Macau SAR Government of giving priority to local suppliers and cultivating local small and medium enterprises (SMEs), the “Macau SME Procurement Partnership Program” developed by Wynn and the Macao Chamber of Commerce aims to target three major enterprises, including Small and Micro Enterprises, "Made in Macao" Enterprises and Macau Youth Enterprises. Through this program, Wynn will provide a list of procurement items in 36 categories, with each quarter to focus on one major area ranging from food & beverage to hotel operation, facilities and other categories such as service agreements, etc.
Wynn believes that the development of local enterprises is key in promoting the diversification of Macau's economy. Wynn Macau opened in 2006 and since then we have continued to actively look for qualified local companies that can provide competitive and high-quality products and services, with the aim of building a long term and mutually beneficial partnerships with local SMEs. Over the years, Wynn’s development has mirrored the growth of local SMEs. The opening of Wynn Palace in Cotai will not only bring another luxurious integrated resort to Macau, but will also drive the development of various business sectors, bringing more business opportunities for local companies and thus further developing the local supply chain.