How to Write Positive Tender Responses

Writing positive tender responses will help you maximise the impact of your bids. A positive tone will shine through – as will any negativity. Therefore, you want to ensure that you avoid sounding negative and always be positive. You will appear confident and so encourage the markers to read your tender in an affirmative way. Hopefully leading to

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Responding to Tender Questions (Part 4)

Concluding this series of tips on responding to tender questions. I recommend that you read these first: Responding to Tender Questions (Part 1) Responding to Tender Questions (Part 2) Responding to Tender Questions (Part 3) Make it easy for the reader Remember that a number of people will be evaluating your tender or PQQ response so

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Responding to Tender Questions (Part 3)

Continuing this series of tips on how to respond to tenders. NB do also see Responding to Tender Questions (Part 1) and Responding to Tender Questions (Part 2). Put yourself in their shoes Think about: Who you are tendering to – the organisation and its style of working What exactly are you tendering for –

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Responding to Tender Questions (Part 2)

Some more tips on how to respond to tenders following on from Responding to Tender Questions (Part 1). Use the evaluation criteria Most public sector tenders (and many corporate tenders) will provide you with an evaluation criteria ie how they are going to score your response eg 30% price 60% method statements 10% presentation / site visits

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