Wondering how to go about winning bids and tenders? Writing first-class bids isn’t an exact science – but at Win That Bid, we’ve got the expertise to help you secure your dream contracts with ease. Top Ten Tips for Winning Tenders 1. Be thorough: answer every question in the bid document – missing out a … Read more
Writing a bid means writing dozens of documents for a wide (and sometimes mysterious) audience. That means employing some basic writing techniques to get the best possible impact out of your proposal. There are some basic strategies for clear bid writing: Be direct and concise. Avoid block text. If it becomes unavoidable, break the page … Read more
What Does It Mean? Companies that have passed the TROC (Tender Readiness Online Check) or otherwise prequalified to respond to large private or public sector invitations to tender may display this symbol. What Does It Mean For Tendering Authorities And Procurement Officers? Public Sector organisations should look for this symbol on SME company websites, because: … Read more
The Bribery Act 2010 is due to come into effect very soon but are you prepared for the change it will bring? Increasingly, public sector tenders require the supplier to explain their anti-bribery and anti-corruption processes and procedures. Despite a number of delays The Bribery Act is now due to come into force on 1st … Read more
Need a quick checklist of things to check before your submit your tender – Win That Bid have put together a useful list of things to look out for before submitting the all important tender.
Proposal Checklist – Preparing to write your proposal submission Now that you have thought about how your company will handle the tendering process, it is time to think about writing the tender itself. There are things you should consider, and information you should gather, before beginning to write so you create the best document you … Read more
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