Proposal writers may have noticed that on the 1st January 2014 the EU published new public procurement financial thresholds. These will apply to all award procedures under the public contracts regulations 2006. With these recent changes, now is a good time to look at what the financial thresholds are and what they mean for proposal … Read more
The Carbon Disclosure Project, a non-profit devoted to encouraging more environmentally responsible practices in business has released a report on “supplier management”. In particular, it highlights the increasing willingness of companies to drop suppliers who don’t abide by their CSR policies or environmental promises. There are several reasons for this. The first is arguably the … Read more
For bid writers writing a tender and aiming to make the best possible impression on the client, the Executive Summary is all important. It will almost certainly be used as the starting point of their decision-making discussions. For some of those decision makers, the Executive Summary will be the only part of the tender proposal … Read more
When about to embark on the long journey towards winning a tender, we think that these questions are important discussion points for your team. Even if you think that the PQQ is quick to complete, this is only the tip of the iceberg.
Creating a killer set of Win Themes can make the difference between success and failure when pitching your solution to a new client. This article helps you clarify your process to come up with these must have marketing statements.
3) Proposal checklist – Writing your Proposal Even though you’ve already spent a lot of time in preparation, writing the document is the most important part of the process. Aside from the more general groundwork, it’s now time to think about the text itself. Collating all the necessary information into an easy to read document … Read more
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