Team Communication – Why is it Crucial?

Why outsourcing bid management will add value to your business - ProposalPro

Creating an excellent tender submission can be challenging and complex work. Small businesses especially seek to save money and prepare these submissions themselves. Quite like Uncle Harry deciding to renovate the bathroom during the Christmas break, the results of such a decision can differ significantly.

An evaluator can, sometimes at a glance, tell when the office part-timer has prepared a tender compared to a professional. Thankfully, more businesses than ever are coming to understand the value of engaging the services of a professional tender writer to give the best possible chance of winning work.

Your executive summary is the most important part of your bid. But are you getting it right?

Experts agree that executive summaries are the most important part of your bid. They’re the most widely read, and offer you a opportunity to showcase your unique value proposition; convince the tender evaluator(s) to recommend you; and make it easier for them to justify that decision.
And yet, so many executive summaries are haphazardly thrown together at the end of a bidding process.
Here’s how to do better, avoid common preventable mistakes, and write an executive summary that gets results.

Top 5 Tips for Better Tendering

Tendering (when done well) is a cornerstone of business growth; it’s not something that should be taken lightly. Learn how to reduce tendering headaches with ProposalPro!

ProposalPro has reached the Top 20 globally for our tendering insight!

ProposalPro are delighted to announce that we have reached position #20 in Feedspot’s top 40 tender blogs and websites globally, joining some of the best in our profession internationally. We’re always delighted to share our specialist insights on tendering and bids with our readers, supporting them to grow their business strategically and sustainably by winning more work.

Working with weighted criteria

Working with weighted criteria | ProposalPro

Business owners often express confusion about working with average weighted criteria – it’s not a framework that you’ll come across too often outside of tendering. But it can tell you a surprising amount about what’s important to the buyer, how to read between the lines and structure your tender response to maximise your chances of success, and even whether it’s worth putting together a bid in the first place…