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Using an Interim Tender Writer

Posted on 18-11-2014

Interim Bid Writer

  There are a number of situations where a firm may hire an interim tender writer. In most scenarios it involves either a high number of bids, or a bid of high value or importance. Companies with existing bid teams often hire an interim tender writer to bolster their team during a particularly...

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How Can an ISO Certification Strengthen Your Bid?

Posted on 14-11-2014

One of the first questions we ask potential clients is whether they are ISO certified. If the answer is no, we highly recommend they become certified as soon as possible in order to strengthen their organisation, and in turn their bid processes. The ISO standards exist so that quality, safety...

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Balancing PQQ and Tender Writing

Posted on 11-11-2014

Balancing the PQQ and ITT

  Bidding for public sector contracts is usually a two stage process – there is the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ), which is then followed by the Invitation to Tender (ITT). The PQQ stage is there to narrow down the competition, while the tender stage is aimed at finding...

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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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