You’re busy and the deadline is looming. Writing tenders, bids and proposals is not your day job nor expertise, but you know how great it would be to win this contract.
Writing a tender can be a big undertaking: there’s a lot of documentation to amass and a big time commitment to plan and articulate your offering.
For any tender writer or proposal writer, writing an executive summary is an absolutely crucial part of the success process.
A check-up on the health of your proposals and tenders is always beneficial.
Starting to submit tenders is often on the to-do list of SMEs. If this sounds like your business, here’s some advice to get you started.
The two factors that most deter a business from putting together a tender are lack of time and lack of resources.
It’s not what you’ve got, but what you can do with it that matters.
If you’re still wondering if tendering is worth all the time and effort, then here are ten good reasons why you really should consider it.
Not winning the government tender you’ve worked so hard to put together can be a bitter pill to swallow.
When submitting a tender, score extra brownie points with the assessment panel by taking care to include some well-constructed bios of key team members.