Not hitting the spot?
Most tenders are destined to lose - that is a fact.
Why is it that so much investment is wasted, with consequent impact on the business, and on the morale of those involved?
Many proposals simply do not get the right message across, and rarely do they achieve the desired impression quickly enough. Did you know that in many cases written proposals hold the reader’s attention for just one minute per page?
How will you retain the reader? Do you know exactly what the client is looking for? Are your documents submitted looking like technical specifications, with page after page of plain text? Do you still use ‘boilerplate’, and copy and paste from previous bids?
It is time to move on
We have devoted over ten years to developing a winning approach to bid management, with simple, effective processes. We make sure that all the effort you put in to developing the right solution for the project picks up the marks you deserve, and is not lost within a mass of text.
Cost-effective, tailored solutions
Our processes are scalable, so you don’t have to over-commit valuable resources when there is no need.
The right balance has to be struck between client relationships, developing the solution, evaluating risks and opportunities, building the price, and communicating the message attractively, effectively and professionally.
Clear and effective
Winning proposals must stand out, and for all the right reasons. We are experts in communicating clear effective messages in written and graphic forms, right down to the language used and the design of the proposal.
We provide specialist input in writing and editing, making sure your documents are well-written, attractive, consistent, and error-free.
Training in bid management and in effective writing skills can be provided from as little as £75 per head per day.
We also undertake training in presentation skills, an area that is ignored by many firms at their peril. We cover the presentation material, platform skills of the presentation team, and rehearsals, including the all important Q&A.