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We regularly run free webinars to share our industry knowledge and expertise to help you bid more successfully. Join our live webinars and ask our trainer questions on the day. Alternatively, access our free recordings and watch in your own time.
Places are currently available on the following free webinars:
Tenders range from the simple (not often!) to the very complex. Public sector tenders of course do have particular procedures that they follow. For inexperienced bidders, understanding the process and making sure the bid is compliant is often the focus. As your knowledge and experience grows the focus will shift from the mechanics of the tender to maximising the quality of your submissions and your win rate. You can ask us whatever burning tendering questions you have and we’ll answer them during our Q&A session in the webinar.
Our webinar will cover:
How much time do you spend researching, developing and implementing your bid strategy? Too often, companies don’t focus on this or mistake pricing discussions for a comprehensive strategy. A well-considered, complete strategy embedded throughout a proposal increases two things; your chances of success and the expected value from winning the business. You can ask us whatever burning strategy questions you have and we’ll answer them during our Q&A session in the webinar.
This webinar will cover the following bid strategy topics:
Missed any of our previous webinars? You can watch past recordings for free:
This webinar will help you gain an understanding of the public sector tendering process and practices in the UK including:
Low value tenders can prove to be a great business development tool for public sector suppliers. You may be looking to get started as a supplier and need to build up your experience, you may be looking to branch out into a new territory and build up relationships or low value tenders might just be financially suitable for the size of your organisations.
As low value tenders do not have to adhere to the full raft of procurement regulations the challenge with them is knowing where to find them and how to win them.
Join us on this 45-minute webinar which provides you with:
Social Value has been part of procurement legislation since 2013 yet it is just starting to filter down into tender documents on a regular basis - sometimes accounting for up to 20% of the total evaluation.
But what is it? How is it appearing the tender documents? And, more importantly, how can you prepare for it?
If you are totally in the dark or have answered some social value questions but would like a firmer understanding of the topic then join us on this 45 minute webinar which will provide you with:
The use of frameworks and dynamic purchasing systems (DPS) is on the rise. They cut through a significant amount of work for procurement teams and simplify the tendering process for suppliers.
However, a lot of suppliers are not sure what a framework or DPS is, how they operate and what work needs to be done once you are on them.
Our 45 minute webinar provides:
Do you want to get ahead of the game and feel like you have more control over your tendering activities rather than fire-fighting all the time? You are not alone!
The majority of suppliers we speak to are in the rut of reactive tendering, responding to contract notices as and when they appear and hoping for the best. This will garner some success but the ultimate aim for any bid writer or bid team is so get ahead of the curve and be able to tender proactively – knowing in advance when a bid is due out and doing essential business development work before it goes to tender.
Our Overview of Writing Compelling Bids webinar will help you to understand the second stage of the tendering process and how to write high scoring tenders and secure more business. Join us for this webinar for an outline of:
Does the word Brexit fill you with dread or excitement? The topic that has dominated our news and head spaces for nearly two years is nearing its conclusion but what will happen after 29th March 2019? What does it mean for the public sector and how it does business? Can we expect any changes in how we tender for business? In this webinar we will answer all these questions and more.
Our Overview of Advanced Bid Writing Skills webinar will provide an insight to what you need to do to set your tender apart from the competition and improve your win rate. Join us for this webinar for an outline of:
Join us for this webinar the week after we officially leave the European Union and find out what impact it has had on public sector procurement and tendering.
How much time do you spend researching, developing and implementing your bid strategy? Too often, companies don’t focus on this or mistake pricing discussions for a comprehensive strategy. A well-considered, complete strategy embedded throughout a proposal increases two things; your chances of success and the expected value from winning the business.
This webinar will cover the following bid strategy topics:
We’ve created a new tool to help you track which public sector tenders your competitors are winning. Competitor Tracking Alerts will notify you when any organisation(s) you choose to track are announced as the winners of above threshold public contracts. In this webinar we'll show you how Competitor Tracking Alerts work and answer any questions.
Competitor Tracking Alerts gives you:
What are the most common mistakes made in tenders and bids? What simple steps can you take to improve your scoring on submissions?
In our upcoming webinar you can ask us whatever burning tender or bidding questions you have and we’ll answer them during our Q&A session and we’ll cover the quickest wins, including:
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