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    By Christine Brown, Tuesday 20th September 2016 Bid Qualification The bid response process can be time consuming to say the least, and the last thing anyone wants is to go through all that stress and all those long nights then not win the business. By taking a...

    By Christine Brown, Wednesday 14th September 2016 When it comes to winning a bid, every point matters. If you want to avoid the frustration of losing out to the competition by a miniscule difference in scoring, you need to make sure you are not only agreeing...

    By Christine Brown, Wednesday 10th August 2016 The summer months are often the time where a rigorous bid qualification and planning process is of most importance. With many staff taking vacation days to make the most of the good weather or cover summer childcare, taking the...

    By Louise Lewis, August 2nd 2016 The definition of success and achievement is different for everyone, what is success in your world? Most people’s conventional ideas of success are, achieving independence, attaining power or position, or amassing wealth but this is not true for everyone, achieving...

    By Christine Brown, June 21st 2016 Domiciliary Care isn’t provided by the NHS; however, we see many tenders from local authorities funding care for residents in their area needing assistance. The services required come in many forms to suit the needs of anyone requiring assistance with...

    By Louise Lewis, June 14th 2016 The key to success is to wait for a tender opportunity that is right for you. Tendering for a contract that you’re not going to have chance of winning wastes valuable time and will reduce your confidence in going for...

    By Louise Lewis, May 24th 2016 Many people are confused about the concept of bidding for work and with European Union legislation being in force suppliers are increasingly required to enter into a pre-contract competition in order to win work via written submissions. You need particular skills...