Do you have all your ducks in a row?
The best way to grow any business sustainably is to find tenders that are a good match for your business and submit a well crafted bid. You won’t win them all, but you have a great chance of winning enough to provide you with steady growth.
One of the main challenges in the beginning is to identify the information you need to know to understand the process.
Bidding is a very time consuming process so it helps if you know what sort of information almost all tenders ask for. This means you can prepare and make a start on creating a bid library for your own organisation.
This guide will get you started and give you an opportunty to see if you can create this content on your own, or if you need a little more help.
Download our free guide to learn the basics of getting tender ready, so you can make a start on crafting a bid library to help you create and submit more winning bids.
Find out what you need to get started.
Understand what sort of documents you should prepare in advance.
Is the value of a tender relavant?
What else do I need to think about?
Where can I get further help and support?
Our Clients Said…
“I can’t recommend Alison enough. I contacted her on a Monday to write a bid for us that had to be in on the Friday. Alison with no knowledge of our company or business worked tirelessly to get the tender in on time. Alison does not only write the bids, she works closely with clients to find appropriate upcoming tenders. I am really looking forward to working on the next tenders and bids coming up. Massive Thanks”.
“I highly recommend Alison as a bid partner, she did a great job for us on a recent tender, both from a technical writing skills perspective, and also being a true team member. She was great to work with”.
“I knew Alison through the local Chamber of Commerce, and contacted her to discuss a bid I was submitting to tender. Alison was immensely helpful, her knowledge of the tender process and requirements is excellent and allows her to very quickly highlight specific angles and points for improvement. Her input gave our bid increased clarity, relevance and authority. I will not hesitate to work with Alison again on future tenders”.