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As a centre of excellence for bid management support, we understand what it takes to create a compelling case which resonates with awarding panels and secures business for you. Our customer-centric service is organised, project managed and controlled through a quality assured process that is fully transparent to our clients.

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At BWS we have a specialist in-house team who will work on your bid. We never outsource to freelancers as we have the expertise and capabilities within. We’re as proud of our reputation as you are of yours, so by keeping the work in-house we can guarantee the highest quality to our clients.

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Our bid writing service covers the complete bid lifecycle process. We’ll work with you to understand the tender, plan out a needs analysis and begin the process of storyboarding and generating win themes before producing a first draft. We’ll review the bid with you and make amendments until both parties are satisfied to sign off. Our bid writing service also offers support with upload and submission and a full debrief.    

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Supporting a business to be ready to tender, we can provide Bid Template and Bid Preparation support, which entails creating ready content as a Bid Library base. Your unique Bid Library will be built to suit your distinct requirements, ensuring you have a comprehensive library of collateral that can be used for tender responses through your own teams.

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This light touch service considers compliance, response structure, unique selling points and added value. At BWS we will review your draft documents and provide comments and guidance supporting you to improve your proposal or tender response.

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Our comprehensive bid management service works as a trusted extension of your current business. It’s a popular solution for those new to bid applications and organisations who don’t have an existing in-house team to dedicate the time and expertise to creating winning bid submissions.  

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Bid Management best practice – Thousands of public sector and private organisations compete for the right supplier to fulfil their needs on a daily basis throughout the UK and globally. Unfortunately, many organisations fall upon using the incorrect strategy, resources and tools for the job, which can lead to an inappropriate supplier selection, or the creation of a contract that is not in line with the organisation’s original goals.

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While Bid Writing focuses on constructing responses that will pique a client’s interest and meet all their requirements within word or page limits of the bid, a Bid Manager must not only ensure the content contains all the necessary and relevant information but must also be able to successfully deliver the bid, taking full ownership of the end-to-end process.

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Many businesses earn contracts from the public and private sectors by bidding on projects. This helps them obtain new business and expand their operations. For businesses to successfully use bids to earn new clients and projects, it is important that someone oversees the bidding process.

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A Great Guide introducing you the Tender Writing Process

Long-term, contractual work makes sense for many business models, offering business security, especially during challenging and unpredictable times, and can form part of your business’ risk mitigation strategy.

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Writing a successful tender submission is a fine art, but one which, if done effectively can reap significant long-term benefits for your organisation. We’ve written the following guide to support you to write a tender submission that stands out:

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An invitation to tender, or ITT, is a formal document distributed by the buyer which formally invites suppliers to bid for a contract of works (goods or services). It can be known as a call for bids or a request for tender.

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The difference between Selection Questionnaires & Pre-Qualification and the procurement sector can often be a confusing place to navigate, with processes varying from tender to tender. Terminology is ‘thrown’ around, and suppliers are just expected to know what it all means. Below we go into detail about pre-qualification questionnaires and supplier questionnaires to help explain what they are and how they differ.

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