Guides and advice to help you write better bids.
We will teach you how to use simple and proven templates to streamline your tender process and deliver high-quality submissions.
28 September 2023 | 10 – 11am
Competing with larger companies for tenders can seem like an impossible task, but there are advantages to being an SME when tendering.
In this webinar we share our tendering tips for SMEs.
In this post we look at the essential skills your bid team needs to write successful bids and win more public sector contracts.
Social Value is referenced frequently in a tendering context, but it rarely comes with a detailed explanation. Learn more about Social Value in this webinar, 4 May 2023, 10.00-10.45am.
You should always create bids in-line with a well-thought-out and appropriate pricing strategy. This ensures you have fully considered the costs involved and can meet any expectations the buyer may have. In this post, you will find an outline of pricing strategies and considerations to help you plan your next…
Public sector procurements don’t stop for Christmas, and your tendering activity shouldn’t either! Learn about the steps you can take to not miss new business opportunities this winter.
Thu 17 November 2022, 1.00-2.00pm | FREE REGISTRATION
Creating a tender document can be a daunting process. Fortunately, we have created this handy guide to help you produce your next tender.
Do you know how buyers evaluate your bids? In this post we look at how the public sector scores tenders and chooses who the award work to.
Do you have the skills needed to be an effective bid writer? No matter what size of business you operate, Bid Writers play a vital role in determining whether or not you will win new work. In this post we look at the skills every effective bid writer needs to…
Do you have an efficient process for writing tender proposals? If not, you could be setting yourself up for failure. Our 9 step process guide details the most efficient way of planning your proposals, helping you to focus on what is needed and avoid dreaded rewrites.
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