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Writing a Tender with a Short Deadline

Posted on 22-08-2014

  It’s that time of year again: the summer holidays are coming to an end, annual leave has been and gone and the tender documents left under a mountain of paper work suddenly have a very fast approaching deadline. Unfortunately, all too often with PQQ and tender submissions there are...

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Responding to Health and Safety Sections

Posted on 19-08-2014

  Nearly all PQQs feature a health and safety section. As with all sections of a PQQ, it is important to give these questions full attention, as a failure to answer them properly can exclude you from the ITT stage. It can be easy to attach your outdated health and safety policies and procedures...

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Writing a Tender for Grounds Maintenance

Posted on 14-08-2014

Grounds Maintenance Services

  In the many different areas of soft facilities management, companies are no longer able to rely on existing client relations, brand power, and on undercutting competitors to secure new contracts and retain their existing ones. Instead it takes both a competitive advantage and somebody with...

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Writing a Construction Tender

Posted on 12-08-2014

  As the UK’s economic recovery presses forward, we are noticing more and more opportunities for companies to tender for work across all industries. Confidence in the eyes of consumers and contracting authorities alike is being restored, and councils are investing more readily in projects....

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Tendering - Deciding Whether to Bid

Posted on 08-08-2014

Bid/No Bid

  You have received Prior Information Notification of Contract and at first glance it seems to be the sort of thing you should be applying for, but life is never that simple. Bidding for a major contract can be a very consuming process – in terms of time, effort and resources. The cost...

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