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How to Write a Tender Case Study

Posted on 07-11-2014

Writing a Tender Case Study

  The case study section of a tender is one of the most important parts. Here you are given free rein to boast about your company’s talents and previous successes. A good case study will demonstrate to the contracting authority why you are the perfect company for the job. It should...

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Bid Writer Tips

Posted on 04-11-2014

Bid writing tips

  Winning each and every PQQ or tender submission you write and maintaining a 100% success rate is difficult and time consuming. The price of losing often overshadows the cost of winning, so you should aim for a high quality submission every time you bid for a contract. To help you increase...

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How to Write a Winning Tender

Posted on 31-10-2014

How to write a tender

The most common problem clients approach us with is feeling overwhelmed when completing a difficult bid and failing the tender stage as a result. This is normally due to the bid writing itself: although the organisation has the competence and proficiency to deliver the work, they have failed to express...

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7 Common Proposal Writing Mistakes

Posted on 28-10-2014

Proposal Writing

When we review submissions completed by companies we often come across the same errors time and again. We have reviewed thousands of PQQs and tenders over the years and it is amazing how many people make the same mistakes. Because of this we have decided to put together a list of the most common...

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Why Hire a Professional Bid Writer

Posted on 24-10-2014

Using Bid Writers: Companies who outsource their bid writing or employ a full bid team enjoy more success than those who rely on regular team members. Here are some reasons to use a professional bid writer when competing for public or private sector contracts: 1. Understanding the specification If...

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