2015 has been an exciting year for Executive Compass®, with the addition of three new bid writers, an office relocation, a new website and record turnover.
We have had the pleasure of working alongside a more diverse range of clients than ever, and completed close to a staggering 350 PQQs and tenders.
Over the past six years, the company has grown from strength to strength, to uphold our status as one of the UK’s leading bid writing companies. Our client base keeps on growing, as we assist more organisations to bid successfully and also improve their own in-house writing techniques. Alongside providing bid writing services, we have delivered a number of training sessions to various organisations across the UK, including a national security firm, grounds maintenance companies, health and social care providers and cleaning firms, to name a few.
We have put together a short animation of our year, to wish everyone a Merry Christmas.
Christmas is one of our busiest times of the year, with deadlines for submissions already scheduled in up until 24th December and also very early January, not leaving a great deal of time if you want to enjoy Christmas! It can be a difficult and stressful time of the year for a lot of firms with an increased workload, staff holidays and last minute tender submissions. Read our article outlining ad-hoc support for busy periods and how Executive Compass® can assist if you find your business short of resource and an important contract arises.
We will be producing a full year review next month, so keep an eye out for further statistics and achievements in the New Year.
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